J.Cole claps back with surprise album drop

J.Cole has fired back at Kendrick Lamar’s alleged diss track with a surprise album drop titled Might Delete Later, per hypebeast.com. The tensions escalated following the release of Future and Metro Boomin’s collaborative album, We Don’t Trust You, which featured a track titled “Like That” including a verse by Lamar seemingly aimed at Drake and J.Cole.

In response, J.Cole released “7 Minute Drill,” a diss track addressing the beef head-on. He didn’t hold back, calling out Lamar’s sporadic releases and challenging his position in the rap game. The heated exchange has sent shockwaves through the industry, with fans eagerly awaiting each new development.

Might Delete Later features 12 tracks and collaborations with artists like Ari Lennox, Gucci Mane, Bas, Central Cee, and Cam’Ron. This surprise release marks J.Cole’s seventh studio album, following his 2021 release, The Off-Season.

As anticipation for his upcoming album “The Fall Off” builds, J.Cole’s unexpected move has left fans buzzing and scrambling to listen to his latest offering. With tensions running high and bars flying left and right, the rap world is on edge, waiting to see how this feud unfolds.

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