Wale Grieves Strained Relationship While Dissing J.Cole On New Song “Groundhog Day”


(TIML Music)  Wale is all in his feelings on a new track that he released called “Groundhog Day” featuring production from Jake One.

On the song, the D.C. rapper shares his thoughts on his journey through the music industry and laments how his path has split from J. Cole’s. The North Carolina MC released a diss-laden track called “False Prophets” on his “Eyez” documentary that some interpreted as shots directed toward Wale.

It seems Wale has responded to the speculation as he intros “Groundhog Day” by saying, “I’m heavily flawed but far from a false prophet/I’m a motherfucking honorable Folarin” and then raps “behind them crooked smiles niggas neglect to embrace me,” probably referring to Cole’s “Crooked Smile” track off Born Sinner. Peep the banger below, Hip hop is getting interesting again with pure lyricism!!!