Is Big Sean continuing his subliminal lyrical war with Kendrick Lamar?
It seems like the G.O.O.D. Music representative has a few words for K. Dot on DJ Khaled’s “On Everything” off the Grateful album.
“Hungry for the competition, b-tch get on my plate,” raps Sean.
The I Decided LP creator also spits, “‘S’ on my chest boy, so shots can’t even pinch me, n-gga. No substitute for me, but they gonna still tempt me, n-gga. God is in me, that’s the only one who can end me, n-gga.”
Sean later adds a JAY-Z/Nas battle reference, “Roc-A-Fella chain, but you can still get Ethered.”
The issues between Kendrick and Sean apparently began with “Control (HOF)” in 2013.
“Control” was Big Sean’s record, but Kendrick Lamar’s verse got all the attention because he challenged nearly every relevant rapper at the time.
While the TDE star was seen by many as the highlight of the track, Sean insisted he did not get murdered on his own song.
“How long ago was that? What year was that? And I still don’t feel like I got washed, anyway,” he told The Breakfast Club in February.
So it’s not surprising DJ Khaled’s “On Everything” could be the latest round in the Big Sean vs Kendrick Lamar bar bout.
Ironically, both emcees appeared on Khaled’s “Holy Key” from 2016’s Major Key.