Urban Girl Mag | J.Cole Calls Out , Kanye, Wale in Leaked Track, ‘False Prophet’
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J.Cole Calls Out , Kanye, Wale in Leaked Track, ‘False Prophet’

image1As reported yesterday rapper J. Cole is set to release a new album on December 9th entitled “4 Your Eyez Only” . 

On the track “False Prophet” it is believed that Cole is referring to a rapper he once idolized and many believe it to be Kanye West. Read the verse below, the words definitely closely compare to Kanye.

"You lose your grip, you can slip into an abyss
 No doubt you see these niggas trippin'
 Ego in charge of every move, he's a star
 And we can't look away due to the days that he caught our hearts

He's fallin' apart, but we deny it
 Justifying that half-ass shit he dropped, we always buy it
 When he tell us he a genius but it's clearer lately
 It's been hard for him to look into the mirror lately
 There was a time when this nigga was my hero, maybe
 That's the reason why his fall from grace is hard to take
 'Cause I believed him when he said his shit was purer and he
 The type of nigga swear he real but all around him's fake
 The women, the dickriders, you know, the yes men
 Nobody with the balls to say somethin' to contest him
 So he grows out of control
 Into the person that he truly was all along, it's startin' to show
 Damn, wonder what happened
 Maybe it's my fault for idolizing niggas based off the words they be rappin'
 But come to find out, these niggas don't even write they shit
 Hear some new style bubblin' up, then they bite the shit
 Damn, that's what I get for lyin' to myself
 Well, fuck it, what's more important is he's cryin' out for help
 While the world's eggin' him on, I'm beggin' him to stop
 And playin' his old shit, knowin' he won't top it; false prophets"

And in the second verse Cole is referring to Wale, and his obsession to be great and how other rapper don’t really mess with him, and how that outlook is depressing. If you’ve watched Wale’s breakfast club interview you’ll see how he focused alot on how his music isn’t respected and how people don’t understand him. But read the verse below.

"I got a homie, he a rapper and he wanna win bad
He want the fame, the acclaim, the respect that's been had
By all the legends, so every time I see him, he stressin'
Talkin' 'bout, niggas don't fuck with him, the shit is depressin'
And I know he so bitter he can't see his own blessings
Goddamn, nigga, you too blind to see you got fans, nigga
And a platform to make a classic rap song
To change a nigga life, but you too anxious livin' life
Always worried 'bout the critics who ain't ever fuckin' did it
I write what's in my heart, don't give a fuck who fuckin' with it
But in a sense I can relate, the need to be great
Turns into an obsession and keeps a nigga up late
Writin' words, hopin' people observe the dedication
That stirs in you constantly, but intentions get blurred
Do I do it for the love of the music or is there more to me?
Do I want these niggas to worship me? False prophets"

I’m sure Cole. doesn’t stop there. To hear more of his music make sure you purchase his album next week on December 9th.

 

Watch his video from his new album and the breakfast club Wale interview.

 

 

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I'm the EIC of Urban Girl Magazine. I'm a journalist, blogger, makeup artist and mom located in Newark, NJ. I started this blog in 2012 with intentions of creating a positive platform for women to share conversation, and etc.

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