Big Sean - My, Myself & I Freestyle (Not a Kendrick Lamar Diss)

  • Artist: Big Sean
  • Track: My, Myself & I Freestyle (Not a Kendrick Lamar Diss)
  • Producer: RobGotBeats

Let's just cut right to the chase. To celebrate the impending official release of Dark Sky Paradise, Big Sean just dropped a new freestyle over RobGotBeats's reworked version Beyonce's Me, Myself & I instrumental. It's nearly four minutes of flow and punchlines, but what the world will be talking about are these lines: "You braggin bout so and so, like he really it? / The new nigga in rap, but can he really spit? / Or do he just hide behind these skits like half of these rappers do / then you go and praise 'em in this bitch like they the savior of this shit."

Unlike Control, Big Sean never comes right out and names names, but it's hard to imagine who those lines are about if not Kendrick Lamar. Who else is praised as a hip-hop savior and had skits on their last album? Those shots feels aimed in a very particular direction, but now the wait begins for Sean to either confirm or deny that's actually the case. In the meantime, if you like beef you might want to grab yourself a fork and dig in.



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UPDATE: Big Sean reached out directly via DM to say that those lines aren't directed at Kendrick, or anyone in particular, so beef eaters will have to go hungry on this one.



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