K Dot talks about responses to the verse, his intent, his favorite response, East Coast vs West Coast BS, and much more … from the Hot 97 Morning Show…
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For the first time since the song dropped, Kendrick Lamar addressed his King Of New York line, respectively with Power 105.1′s Angela Yee and on Big Boy’s neighborhood. Full interview coming in a few hours as well as another one with Hot 97.
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Famed Brooklyn rapper Fabolous opens up about Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse, where he crowned himself the “King of NY,” revealing that he had mixed feelings about the verse. He also explains how he did his research on the situation after the song was released, and how he was prepared to respond.
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“People keep asking me how I feel about Kendricks verse on Big Seans jams. It was dope! Ur suppose to want to bite the heads of ur opponents. Hip Hop aint about hugs and high fives. I personally don’t think anyone should have responded. Niggaz need to put that energy into makin a classic album and responding that way. Id feel this way had he mentioned me or not. Cuz at the end of the day Kendrick showed love, was polite and really genuine when we worked. And thats what matters. Every rapper should want to murder other rappers. Its a joke otherwise. Im just happy i lost the “MOST EMO RAPPER AWARD” recently ha. To everyone who felt some type of way by Kendricks verse ha. Its rap. niggaz aint saving lives or feeding the hungry. who caresses. Ok so those are my thoughts”