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Wale – Groundhog Day (J.Cole Response Track
“You throwing little shots, we catching some cases,” Wale raps in answer to Cole’s “False Prophets”
Last week, J. Cole aired his grievances with a handful of rappers—seemingly including Kanye—on a new song called “False Prophets.” The second verse, which alludes to a rapper “so bitter he can’t see his own blessings,” was rumored to address Wale. Now, that seems confirmed: Wale responded to Cole yesterday with a new track called “Groundhog Day,” as the Fader points out. Listen below. In it, Wale says he’s “heavily flawed but far from a false prophet.” He goes on to discuss an ongoing struggle with anxiety, depression, and painkiller misuse. “I remember me and Cole would open for Hov,” he then raps. “Everyday a star is born, I guess I died in the womb.” His verse ends, “I love my brother though/That’s why it’s rest in peace to Tommy/We still bumping Cole”; in the outro, he concludes, “I’ll see you at the game, bro.” That night, the pair sat together at the North Carolina State basketball game against Boston University.
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