While aiding with the promotion of Splinter Cell: Backlist, J. Cole sat with Noisey to discuss a bevy of topics. Care to hear how it felt to outsell Kanye West or his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse? He verbalized all of that and then some.
Every Tom, Dick, and Harry in Hip-Hop has weighed in on Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control” verse, and now it’s 50 Cent‘s turn. The Queens rapper sat with Funkmaster Flex to give his thoughts on the matter, speak on why he still doesn’t like Steve Stoute, and if he’s to blame for the climate of New York […]
Discussing Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse is like beating a dead horse at this point, but we couldn’t help but to share the legendary Kid Capri‘s take on the epic bars and more importantly, the current state of Hip-Hop in New York City.
There’s been a Jay Electronica sighting, which has only led to more speculation about what the enigmatic rapper is up to. The Roc Nation artist was in Croatia last weekend and revealed that he wanted Big Sean’s “Control” record for his own album.
Drake has a history of giving loaded statements in interviews, especially in situations involving discourse. Billboard unveiled the OVO rapper’s cover story featuring his thoughts on Kendrick Lamar’s highly discussed “Control” verse, and his take was very, um, interesting.
Kendrick Lamar stopped through E!’s Chelsea Lately talk show and of course the topic of his verse on Big Sean’s “Control” came up. As he has been saying lately, the Compton rapper’s fiery verse was all about the spirit of competition.
Talking heads who’ve questioned Kendrick Lamar‘s intentions in spitting his “Control” verse can finally quit the speculation. Following a call-in to Power 106’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood, the Compton rapper phoned HOT 97’s Peter Rosenberg to speak in depth about his now infamous bars.
Sounds like Kendrick Lamar may need more people. The Compton rapper called into Power 106’s Big Boi’s Neighborhood radio show in Los Angeles and finally spoke on his verse on Big Sean’s “Control” that had MCs all in their feelings.
This J. Cole vs. Sean “Diddy” Combs fiasco only is only getting crazier as more details are revealed. Reportedly, the entire fracas popped off because an inebriated Diddy wanted to confront Kendrick Lamar over his “Control” verse.
New York City, once the mecca of Hip-Hop, has become a former shell of itself, and this was before Kendrick Lamar’s highly lauded “Control” verse reared its ugly head.
Fabolous dug a grave for himself when he tweeted “Any studios open yet?,” after Kendrick Lamar shook up the world (more particularly New York City) with his “Control (HOF)” verse. The Brooklyn rapper has yet to respond, opening up the forum for jokes, slander, and the like.
At this point, every Tom, Dick, and Harry in Hip-Hop has commented on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse. It was only right that a legend like Raekwon entered the forum.