Lil Yachty and J. Cole have joined forces to drop a hot new track, along with an accompanying music video, titled “The Secret Recipe.” Directed by none other than Lil Yachty himself, along with AMD Visuals, this collaboration has been making waves in the music scene.
Now, you might be wondering, what’s the backstory here? Well, it turns out that Lil Yachty and J. Cole go way back. Back in the day, when Lil Yachty was just 14 years old, he took to Twitter to express some, let’s say, less than favorable opinions about J. Cole. Tweets like “i just dont like j.cole…. never said he wasnt good” and “FUCKJCOLE” were floating around on the internet.
Fast forward a few years to 2016, and Lil Yachty decided to address these tweets in an interview. He admitted, “I honestly can’t explain it. I don’t know why. Back in the day, I was heavy on saying, ‘Fuck J. Cole.’ I don’t know why. His music is so lyrical—let me clear this up.” It seems like Lil Yachty had a change of heart and clarified that he had no issues with J. Cole as a person or his music.
In the same interview, Lil Yachty went on to say, “I have no issues with J. Cole or his music, and if we ever bump into each other, I don’t wanna any problems.” It’s good to see that these two artists were able to put any past disagreements behind them.
But the story doesn’t end there. In December 2016, J. Cole released a track titled “Everybody Dies,” which included some pointed lyrics, like “Lil’ whatever, just another short-bus rapper” and “Fake drug dealers turn tour bus trappers.” Many fans speculated that J. Cole was taking shots at Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert with these lines.
However, when asked about it, Lil Yachty took it all in stride, saying, “Honestly, I don’t give a fuck. I fuck with J. Cole, bro! I don’t listen to J. Cole, but I fuck with J. Cole.” He even mentioned his teenage tweets and hoped that J. Cole didn’t take offense. It seems like he was mature about the whole situation.
And as for Lil Uzi Vert, he had a positive response to J. Cole’s track, tweeting, “Heard some beautiful shit today @JColeNC _xD83D__xDD25__xD83D__xDCAF_. _xD83D__xDE08_®.” Interestingly, J. Cole and Lil Uzi Vert would later collaborate on the track “Blood Moon.”
So, it’s safe to say that while there may have been some Twitter drama in the past, Lil Yachty and J. Cole have moved beyond it and come together to create “The Secret Recipe,” a track that’s sure to satisfy fans of both artists. This collaboration just goes to show that in the world of music, anything is possible, even when you start with a few Twitter jabs.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Collaborative Harmony
Q: What is the title of the new song by Lil Yachty and J. Cole?
A: The title of the new song is “The Secret Recipe.”
Q: Who directed the music video for “The Secret Recipe”?
A: The music video for “The Secret Recipe” was directed by Lil Yachty and AMD Visuals.
Q: Did Lil Yachty and J. Cole have a history of disagreements before collaborating on this song?
A: Yes, in the past, Lil Yachty had expressed some negative opinions about J. Cole on Twitter. However, he later clarified that he had no issues with J. Cole as a person or his music.
Q: What was J. Cole’s response to the earlier Twitter drama with Lil Yachty?
A: J. Cole addressed the situation in his song “Everybody Dies,” which led to some speculation that he was taking shots at Lil Yachty and other artists. Lil Yachty, in response, remained positive and said he had no problem with J. Cole.
Q: How did Lil Uzi Vert react to J. Cole’s track “Everybody Dies”?
A: Lil Uzi Vert had a positive response to the track, tweeting that he heard “some beautiful shit” from J. Cole.
Q: What was the outcome of the Twitter drama between Lil Yachty and J. Cole?
A: Despite the Twitter drama in the past, it seems that Lil Yachty and J. Cole have put any disagreements behind them and collaborated on “The Secret Recipe,” showing that they’ve moved beyond their previous differences.