Noname and J. Cole were the talks of Hip-Hop last week after a tweet rubbed the latter the wrong way. Noname asked about the presence of chart-topping rappers during times where Black people when their albums are full of lyrics that support the advancement of the same people.
The initial tweet resulted in the panned single from Cole “Snow On Tha Bluff,” which targeted Noname’s criticism. In turn, she released “Song 33,” produced by Madlib, and served as a reply to the earlier track.
After the weekend, Noname addressed the timeline revealing that she was “not proud” of releasing the song but will use its profits for a good cause.