While J. Cole didn't confirmed the track as a Lil Pump diss, the lyrics pretty much point us towards that direction.
Ever since Cole went platinum with no features in 2016 with his 2014 album Forest Hills Drive, fans and critics alike have turned his dedication to keeping his projects 100 percent Jermaine into a meme.
Any true fan of J. Cole knows his long standing love for sneakers (Air Jordans if we're talking favorites), so we decided today would be a flawless day to remind you all of how fresh his sneaker game has been over the years. Two, the "person" Cole describes on the track could very well be a composite for all newer generation rappers. Yes, their is music from kiLL edwards floating on the internet. Either way, younger artists disrespecting the veterans in the business has become a major thing in hip hop over the past year. Their albums sprawl towards the hour-and-a-half-mark, stuffed with appearances by special guests that sometimes seem to speak less of artistic fraternity and more of ensuring every commercial base is covered.
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On Wednesday, April 18th, Cole shared the cover art for his album.
Aside from this, Cole has been tightlipped about the album. However, the message for the hip-hop community is coming through loud and clear. He's also very good at unexpectedly flipping the script midway through a track. It hasn't even been a full day yet but fans are geeking over this new project. "They wanna be black and think your song is how it feels". Cole coming very soon.