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Noname Clarifies Stance on Jay-Z, Settles Tiffs With J. Cole

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In a recent interview clip shared by Apple Music’s Ebro Darden on Tuesday, the Chicago-based rapper Noname addressed her pointed bars from Sundial‘s “Namesake,” where she called out Hip Hop and R&B stars for collaborating with the NFL. Among those mentioned were JAY-Z, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and Kendrick Lamar. Noname clarified that she doesn’t hold animosity towards JAY-Z and explained her intent behind those lyrics.

The 32-year-old rapper emphasized that while she doesn’t personally know JAY-Z, it was more about ideological differences than hatred. She highlighted the song’s focus on the broader issue of complacency among all people.

Noname admitted to her own career contradictions and revealed the track’s title, “Namesake,” as a reflection of her acknowledgment of these inconsistencies. She emphasized the song’s intent to portray how people express critiques online but still support institutions or figures they critique.

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Regarding her past disagreement with J. Cole, she recently opened up about their past disputes. She mentioned that their exchanges might have been handled better. Noname also shared the positive progress, revealing that she had made peace with the Dreamville boss, emphasizing that they don’t have any beef and appreciate Cole’s support for her initiatives, like a block party and book club for prison chapters. Their conflict began in 2020 when Cole released “Snow On Tha Bluff,” and she responded with “Song 33.” Despite the initial disagreement, Noname expressed regret over releasing the song.

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