Kendrick Lamar Claims Rap Supremacy Over Drake and J. Cole in Bold New Track with Future

Kendrick Lamar seemingly took aim at fellow rappers Drake and J. Cole in a newly released verse on the track ‘Like That’ from Future and Metro Boomin’s new album ‘We Don’t Trust You.’ Released on March 22, the song features Kendrick’s unapologetic criticism, especially evident in his response to Drake and Cole’s hit “First Person Shooter.” Lamar accuses them of indirect jabs, challenging their dominance in the rap industry.

Kendrick Lamar’s verse is packed with bold claims and comparisons, positioning himself above the esteemed “big three” – a term often used to collectively describe Lamar, Drake, and J. Cole. He audaciously aligns himself with Prince, suggesting his legacy will surpass those likened to Michael Jackson, emphasizing his solo supremacy in the rap hierarchy.

The verse doesn’t shy away from provocative imagery, with Lamar referencing Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” in a line that hints at outlasting his contemporaries.

“Yeah, get up with me/ Fuck sneak dissin’, first person shooter/ I hope they came with three switches… Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD/ Muthafuck the big three, n-gga, it’s just big me/ N-gga, bum, what? I’m really like that/ And your best work is a light pack/ N-gga, Prince outlived Mike Jack’,” Lamar raps.

This new development adds another layer to the ongoing narrative of competition among these rap giants, with J. Cole previously alluding to this rivalry in ‘First Person Shooter,’ where he likened himself to Muhammad Ali, adding fuel to the fiery debate over who reigns supreme in the rap world.

Listen to ‘Like That’ below:

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