Charles Hamilton raced back from his Sonic religious retreat to drop a diss record toward J.Cole. In the track, Hamilton accuses J.Cole of dissing Jay-Z , insinuates that J.Cole doesn’t write his own rhymes and takes credit for setting up J.Cole’s deal at Roc Nation. In the track, Hamilton raps:
“I remember when I met you, you was dissin’ Jay / Sh*t bothered me anyway / It’s not that I didn’t like him, I just heard rumors / And I heard you was my junior / Throwin’ up the Roc sign / I assumed that you knew what it meant / Apparently, you didn’t / N*gga you was fishin, barely was livin’ / And I’m the one who put you in your new position / Just remember, n*gga.”
This is so left field. In 2010 Charles Hamilton called J.Cole “one of the best rappers of the 21st Century” in his blog, and now he’s coming for him in a track not so cleverly titled “J.Cole Diss”. I don’t understand it, man. I don’t even think Charles knows why he’s doing it.
Either way, check out the track below. Is it hot or not?