J. Cole Takes Down “7 Minute Drill,” His Kendrick Lamar Diss Track, From Streaming Services

American rapper J. Cole unexpectedly released a brand-new mixtape over the weekend titled Might Delete Later. Fans could never have predicted how quickly the project is living up to its name. Fans and critics largely shrugged off the tape itself, perhaps because they are still waiting for Cole’s next album.

The song “7 Minute Drill,” which Cole wrote in response to remarks made by Kendrick Lamar against him and Drake on the Future & Metro Boomin song “Like That,” dominated the conversation surrounding the album. Hip-hop fans harshly disapproved of the song due to its flimsy disses, and Cole quickly moved to retract his statements.

He apologized for the diss track during his Dreamville festival, which was held just a few days after the album’s release. He has now taken it a step further and taken it down from the mixtape’s streaming platforms. The album’s last track is currently inaccessible on Apple Music and greyed off on Spotify.

Up until then, it has been the album’s most streamed song on both platforms. We Still Don’t Trust You, Future and Metro Boomin’s second album together this year, was just released. It came as quite a surprise to hear Cole provide a feature on their second project, considering that Kendrick had disparaged Cole on their first. He makes an appearance on “Red Leather.”

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