J. Cole Feat. Lil Baby – Pride Is The Devil


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J. Cole and Lil Baby interface for their first two part harmony on “The Off-Season” feature “Pride Is The Devil.”

J. Cole’s The Off-Season has at long last shown up, and however it at first gave the idea that he was anticipating the no elements course once more, the Dreamville came through with a couple uncredited shocks. One such astonishment showed up on “p r I d e . i.s . t h e . d.e.v.i.l,” a guitar-filled T-Minus banger that includes a surprising appearance from Lil Baby, who slides in after a contender for progress of the year.

Some time before any indication of Baby is uncovered, Cole makes unmistakably he’s in an innovative high. “Splendid lights pass me in the city, it’s emðµrgency,” he raps, his melodic stream secured with destructive accuracy. “I’m appreciative ’cause I made it past my thirties, nobody killed me/Still recollect strikingly the ni*ga that threatened to use a firearm on me/I’m frozen, however moving like I got no need to keep moving.”


As the subsequent refrain starts, Cole pulls a rope-a-imbecile and makes way for Baby, who gets back on track without thinking twice; taking into account that this is the first occasion when they’ve associated on wax, the science is positively noteworthy. “I’m remaining hella centered and I can’t fail to remember the master plan,” he spits, suggesting his amazing hit single. “I can’t hold you, I didn’t have poop, I will not fail to remember it/Will I be obliterated? Come to me with everything, it’s beginning to get irritating/I’m dependent on promethazine, it’s insane, definitely, I know it.”

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