News: Charles Hamilton Drops Unexpected J. Cole Diss, "I Ain't Drizzy, But I Will Rip A Track" [Audio]

Friday, Mar 16, 2012 6:42PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Elusive rapper Charles Hamilton has decided to unleash his issues with Roc Nation's J. Cole by releasing a diss track appropriately titled "J. Cole Diss" going at the Jay-Z protege.

Flurried with Roc Nation references, Hamilton spends just over four minutes going at Cole.

"I remember when I met you, you was dissin' Jay/ Sh*t bothered me anyway/It's not that I didn't like him, I just heard rumors/ And I heard you was my junior/ Throwin' up the Roc sign/I assumed that you knew what it meant/Apparently, you didn't/N*gga you was fishin', barely was livin'/ And I'm the one who put you in your new position/Just remember, n*gga -- Diss me back, I'm waiting on the diss track/I ain't Drizzy, but I will rip a track and diss you on it/On this, I vomit, sh*t and comment/A grip, palm it, get off of my d*ck..." ("J. Cole Diss")

Upon closer review, Hamilton uses the record to backtrack previous accolades he gave Cole.

He also implies that Cole never wrote any of his original rhymes. He also backtracks on his previous statements that Cole was one of the most talented emcees. "Every residual check belongs to me / N*gga this is a check, do a song with me / And this time, write it / You ain't the nicest, n*gga I was just excited." (Hip Hop DX)

The unexpected track has already received mixed reactions from bloggers and websites.

Charles Hamilton reemerges from pink oblivion to drop a J. Cole dis track. Cleverly titled "J. Cole Diss," the rhymes are suspect, at best, while everything else from the hook to the song's motivation to the corny beat is pure struggle. We're only posting this for archival purposes. Canibus surely would not approve. Listen below and please, let us know your thoughts. (Hip Hop Wired)

Recently, West Coast rapper Blu talked to SOHH about Hamilton making a music comeback.

"I would say Charles Hamilton needs to put all of his controversy into music instead of putting it out into the media," Blu told SOHH when asked what words of wisdom he has for Charles. "His personality speaks so much. I think if he would put that into his music, it would help his music speak louder. He's a dope brother though." (SOHH)

Check out "J. Cole Diss" below:

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