BY TER STAFF
Looks like Big Sean may have took shots and dissed Kendick Lamar on his new ‘Me, Myself & I’ freestyle, which samples Beyonce’s 2003 track of the same name. Doesn’t look like it’s anything serious, after-all it’s only rap and Sean and Kendrick are friends, but in the track Sean disses a so-called “savior or rap”, a label often given to Sean’s fellow ‘Control’ rapper Kendrick Lamar. In the track, Big Sean raps:
“Ya’ll bragging about so and so, like “Oh, he really it? The new n*gga in rap? Well can he really spit?” Or do he just hide behind his skits like half of these rappers doin’, and ya’ll f*cking go and praise him in this bitch like they the savior of the sh*t (rap).”
To provide a bit of context, not only is King Kendrick frequently referred to as rap’s savior (Google “rap savior” if you don’t believe us), but Kendrick’s critically acclaimed debut album, good kid m.A.A.d. city, has over 10 skits within the LP (which can’t really compare to any other rapper’s use of skits). Listen to the track (1:45 mark) below and judge for yourself.