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General News / June 18, 2020

Noname responds to J. Cole in new track ‘Song 33’

General News / June 18, 2020

Noname responds to J. Cole in new track ‘Song 33’

The track features production from Madlib.

This week J. Cole released a new track ‘Snow On Tha Bluff‘, that appeared to be aimed at Chicago rapper and poet Noname.

He received widespread criticism, including words from the likes of Chance The Rapper.

He later took to Twitter to defend himself saying:

Following the series of tweets Noname responded with screenshots of lyrics to a song which was then shared on Spotify. The song sits at just over a minute long with production from Madlib and directly responds to Cole.

She says: “Wow look at him go/He really ’bout to write about me while the world is in smokes?/When his people in trees, when George was begging for his mother saying he couldn’t breathe/you thought to write about me?”

Listen to ‘Song 33’ below:

Photography: Noname – Photo by Gonzales Photo/Christian Hjorth/PYMCA/Universal Images Group via Getty Images // J. Cole – Kevin Mazur/Getty Images