Many have questioned the recent authenticity of the beef between J Cole and Diggy Simmons but there may be a reason behind the war of words after all…
In a recent interview, Diggy revealed that J Cole was referring to his sister on Cole’s ‘Purple Rain‘ track. Apparently, J Cole and Vanessa Simmons attended the same college and Cole’s second verse on ‘Purple Rain’ was about a rendevous with Diggy’s big sister. Upon hearing this from his sibling, Diggy takes a direct shot back at Cole on his recent diss record ‘What You Say To Me‘. To his sister’s defense, Diggy proclaims that none of Cole’s ramblings are true and he lives by the code, ‘family over everything’. Now that Diggy has made his statement, everyone’s awaiting a response.
This probably would not be considered a ‘throwback’ by a lot of music fans’ standards, but keeping in mind how far Wale has come since he first started receiving national and international attention, we figured, ‘Why Not’? This song is taken from the collaborative mixtape by Wale and 9th Wonder, ‘Back To the Feature’. The song also features 2 more of today’s illest mc’s, J Cole and Curren$y. This song and mixtape could easily be considered a classic.
With his highly anticipated album ‘Ambition’ on deck, Wale delivers this new video featuring J Cole and Ricky Rozay. Congrats to Wale, he’s come a long way and he’s always kept his style the same even after signing with Maybach Music.
This is the first track off of J Cole’s tracklist from his recent album release (Cole World: The Sideline Story). This should give everyone an idea of what the whole album is like as far as quality and lyrical content. It’s obvious that Jay-Z seen something in this young’n. Long story short…the track is hot!