Has Kendrick Lamar made a diss track?

Has Kendrick Lamar made a diss track?

Kendrick Lamar isn’t the most outspoken artist, but when he does make a diss track, it catches massive amounts of attention. Especially with this one, as he’s coming for Big Sean’s ‘complicated’ love life. Finally Famous being the name of Big Sean’s debut album is a recurring theme in his music.

When did control Kendrick come out?


Who had the best verse on control?

When a fan asked him about how he would rank the verses on “Control,” Jay said that he had the best verse, with Big Sean coming in second and Kendrick Lamar third.

Who did Kendrick diss?

Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake, Big Sean In Savage New Track.

Did Big Sean release control?

On August 12, 2013, Big Sean released his single “Control.” The song (featuring Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica) was initially meant to be a single for Sean’s Hall of Fame album, but due to sample clearances, the song remained as a promotional single for the album.

Who has Kendrick dissed?

What’s particularly intriguing about Lamar’s verse is the fact that six of the 11 namedrops were knighted as XXL up-and-comers: Wale (2009), J. Cole (2010), Meek Mill, Mac Miller, and Big K.R.I.T. (2011) and, finally, Big Sean (2010), who was challenged on his own song.

Did Kendrick Diss J Cole?

FUSE TV – J. J. Cole has finally responded to Kendrick Lamar’s infamous verse on Big Sean’s “Control” in which Lamar attacked pretty much every big name rapper in the game. Cole chose a remix of Justin Timberlake’s “TKO” as the vehicle to deliver the lyrical comeback to Lamar’s August diss.

What the Bible says about control?

Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.” Matthew 6:34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

Why did Big Sean take off control?

The song was originally intended to be included on Big Sean’s second studio album Hall of Fame (2013) or Jay Electronica’s debut album, but was ultimately removed from the final track-listing due to sample clearance issues.

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