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Noname Apologizes For J.Cole Response Track: “My Ego Got The Best Of Me”

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Noname Apologizes For J.Cole Response Track: “My Ego Got The Best Of Me”

Noname Apologies For Song 33

Last week, Noname and J.Cole started a musical ‘battle’ between each other due to lack of accountability during the recent deaths of many African Americans within the past year.

 

The Chicago rapper released a Madlib produced track titled “Song 33” as direct response to J.Cole’s “Snow On Tha Bluff”. Now Noname is apologizing for releasing the track.

 

Noname takes to Twitter and states that “i’ve been thinking a lot about it and i am not proud of myself for responding with song 33. i tried to use it as a moment to draw attention back to the issues i care about but i didn’t have to respond. my ego got the best of me. i apologize for any further distraction this caused.” 

After the initial apology, Noname says that she will “be donating my portion of the songs earnings to various mutual aid funds. black radical unity.”

“Song 33” appears to make reference to J.Cole criticism of Noname’s form of activism in his track. The song also references the murder of Oluwatoyin Salau. 

 

Alisha Brown | IG: @lishablive | Twitter: @LishaBLive

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Alisha Brown is a 22 year old graduate of the illustrious North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. She is also the creator of "The Lituation Room Podcast" living in the DMV area, who eats, sleeps and breathe music.

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