J. Cole recently dropped two new songs ‘False Prophets’ and “Everybody Dies” j-cole-eyez-8534in his Eyez documentary, seemingly targeting many rappers, though they all remained nameless. Fans quickly began hypothesizing over who Cole was talking to, and many agreed the North Carolina rapper was taking aim at Kanye on one verse of ‘False Prophets.’ Well, it seems that Walewale-2015 felt Cole’s words were meant for him, and he’s shown up with a response to the track with his former Roc Nation comrade, Jake One-produced “Groundhog Day.” On the track, the D.C. rapper speaks on  his journey in the music industry and how his path has split from Cole’s. Florin references Cole’s TLC sampled hit ‘Crooked Smile’ by spitting “The most highly underrated of my generation. Behind them crooked smiles, ni**as neglect to embrace me…” and ““…I remember me and Cole would open for Hov. Every day a star is born, I guess I died in the womb. I ain’t make it on Blueprint, so made me a blueprint. You got you a nice watch, my minutes is finished.” Folarin also made mention of he and Cole touring together as opening acts during Jay Z’s 2009 Blueprint 3 tour, as well as a reference to the Jay Z track A Star Is Born.’  Is Wale in his feelings or nah? Check it out below on SoundCloud


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