Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) shook the rap game up with his overwhelming verse on Big Sean’s new track “Control“. King Kendrick proclaimed himself ruler over not just his region but of the east coast as well, specifically New York. That didn’t sit too well with NYC rappers such as Joell Ortiz, Fabolous, Mickey Factz, Fred The…
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Mickey Factz (@mickeyfactz) is up next in this slew of rappers popping up to answer Kendrick Lamar’s open call out to his peers over the Control instrumental. Shots fired at Black Hippy? Listen below.
Joell Ortiz (@JoellOrtiz) is the first to respond to Kendrick’s claim to being the King of New York. The Slaughterhouse emcee takes his skills onto the Control record and fires back. Check it out below.[audio:http://www.ddotomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/joell-ortiz-control-freestyle-kendrick-response.mp3]
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Here’s the Kendrick Lamar only version of Big Sean’s “Control”. Lyrics below as well. Kendrick Lamar “Control” Lyrics Tell Flex to drop a bomb on this shit So many bombs, ring the alarm like Vietnam in this shit So many bombs, make Farrakhan think Saddam in this bitch One at a time, I line ’em…