New Music: Papoose – ‘Control’ (Kendrick Lamar Response)

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Papoose responds to Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Control,” and no one’s safe. Following replies from Joell Ortiz, B.o.B, and Cassidy, the Brooklyn rapper, who Kendrick gave the stage to at Summer Jam, defends his home turf and throws shots at his fellow MCs.

“Ayo Kendrick, good lookin’ on that Summer Jam move, but you ain’t the king of shit,” he proclaims. “Tell Kendrick and TDE they need to lay off the PCP/ … You’ll never be a real West Coast artist like Eazy-E/ You a fuckin’ joke, we laugh at you like he he he/ Ya’ll probably stick dildos in each other like Stevie G/ I mean Stevie J on that sex tape with E-V-E.”

He also comes after Big Sean. “Little Sean, Big Sean, let me see ID/ Before you rap, why you always say B-I-G/ You heard Biggie, you could D-I-E/ Everytime I hear you, you gettin’ cornier like you’re E-Y-E.”

But those aren’t his only victims. “Kendrick, Kanye, and Drake they act feminine/ Wear a lot of clothes you usually see women in,” he raps. “You never made it ’cause you bringing lyrics/ Singing like a lady/ You get away with murder, you George Zimmerman/ … You only blew up ’cause you contribute to the feminization of the black man.”

Check his venomous response below.

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63 Comments

  1. Go Home

    Wow pap destroyed that shit. Hahaha he called out drake, big sean and kanye lol femenis rappers. Fuck Kedrick. You ain’t no king of shit nigga.

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    Wave Reply:

    @Go Home, what the hell is “femenis”?

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    #newrules# Reply:

    @Wave, There’s only one king of New York and he lives in Brooklyn.

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    King Kendrick Lamar Reply:

    @#newrules#, He lives in Tribeca

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    Rap is now interesting. Reply:

    WAT DID KENDRICK UNLEASH!!!!

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    Brooklyn Reply:

    @Go Home, hahaha yo Kendrick, you ain’t the King of shit nigga.

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    #newrules# Reply:

    @Go Home, FUCK Kendrick Lamar, tight Jean wearing ass. Looking like a skatebored clown.I’m from where niggaz argue all day, about who’s the best Mc, Eminem, Hov or Nas.

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  2. annon

    wtf is this shit! kendrick got people he didn’t even call out shooting back, you still an irrelevant rapper tho; lol and going after kanye forreal tho?? sit down son!

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    N166a please Reply:

    @annon, Kanye is straight garbage and papoose would eat Kendrick alive and did it doesn’t matter if he makes albums it’s called not being a sellout he even said himself he would never charge anybody for a album that’s why he only has mistakes please educate yourself

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    Wow Reply:

    @annon, Wowwww. People like you really exist? Maybe you should listen to Kendrick’s verse again. SMH. You said, “Kendrick got people he didn’t even call out shooting back.” Well Duhhh! The people Kendrick DIDN’T mentioned were actually “dissed,” which explains why they’re responding.

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  3. Nate

    Dissing a man for sitting on his father’s lap as a baby? Now that, sir, is a reach.

    It’s sad, because Papoose is a great rapper and has a great flow. But the content of this diss track is disturbing. A bit homophobic, and just all around angry. Who hurt you?

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  4. Lovebey

    Who?

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  5. Brina

    First of all drake didn’t do nothing to him y he mad tho and second how is he going to dis Kendrick when Kendrick’s brought him out for the summer jam though papoose is not a good friend then he fake ass fuck but papoose Went to far with this

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  6. Pereezy YMCMB MMG

    lol!!! Whe This Ni**a started to rap???

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  7. the art of hip hop

    HAHAHA Get em! this is real hip hop for you. I’m glad somebody is finally calling out these fashion queens. Half of these rappers have been getting away with bullshit and they need real hip hop artist to call them out on it.

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    annon493 Reply:

    @the art of hip hop, so if you’re not wearing chains or look “ganagsta” or doing drugs that doesn’t make you a real “hip hop artist”? that’s you being ignorant……

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    HAHAHAHA Reply:

    @annon493, nothing within my statement said anything about wearing chains, doing drugs or looking like a “gangsta”. Hahaha your assumption just proved your ignorance. And furthermore your perception of what a “hip hop artist” is, seems to be highly distorted. Do some research. Thanks :)

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    jay_forTIP Reply:

    @HAHAHAHA, LMFAO!

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    joe Reply:

    @HAHAHAHA, “Do some research”. What the hell? Since when is a “hip-hop” artist confined to a specific category? People like you are responsible for killing the originality in hip-hop.

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    HAHAHAHA Reply:

    @joe, Once again nothing within my statement said anything about confining a “hip hop” artist categories. Your comment has nothing to do with my statement, hence the reason why you should do some research. When you get a chance, do some reading on the history of hip hop. Then we can talk.

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    Papoose Went Awf Reply:

    @annon493, Would you ask a country star to remove their hat and boots? It represents country music. Yes, real Hip Hop has a culture too.

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  8. Grant

    “Feminization of the black man?” Damn fool …. if somebody isn’t a hoodratish thug, he’s “feminine.” I don’t have time.

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    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    Right? As if the black man is meant to be the figurehead of masculinity.

    Get with the times, Papoose. He needs to worry about his sexuality and his sexuality alone.

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  9. t-bib

    Fuck him, if we are talking about him right now, it’s only because of K Dot.

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  10. kate

    angry as fuck

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  11. carlos

    WHO

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  12. Bonquiqui-muddafuqha

    this nigga can’t diss anyone with a name like papoose.

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  13. Jaye

    the real gag is that his wife is a better rapper than him.

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  14. King

    This was totally free… Kendrick didn’t diss anybody but this is crearly a diss track. smh

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  15. C O M P T O N

    FOR EVERYONE TRIPPIN OFF OF (KENDRICK’s) KING OF NEW YORK line.. he was quoting Kurrupt. As if Papoose was A) poppin off in 2013.. don’t worry. i’ll wait for it.. yawn… and B) His response was ever as lyrical / wittier / double entrendre laced to compete with K-dot LET ALONE the greats (BIG, Jay, Nas, Andre 3k, etc)

    Go see Talib, 9th Wonder, and Young Guru’s comments about it all. Sit down, hip hop, and get your shit poppin and relevant before you FINALLY pull that thorn outta your ass.

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  16. BEDSTUYFLY

    ITS ABOUT TIME! TAKE THIS SHIT TO THE STREETS AND GET GUTTA WITH IT! KENDRICK, KING OF NY? FOH!!!

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  17. Jay

    He has such childish rhymes….. Like this feels like something that astro kid from xfactor would have come up with when he was like 12. Just so basic and nothing complex about this what so ever….

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  18. NY

    What most you dont realise is that the best thing about the kendrick control verse:

    WE ARE GETTING ALL THIS FREE MUSIC!!!

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    Jayson Reply:

    @NY, I’m sure we all realise that, thanks.

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  19. Renegade

    kill that fag shit PAP

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  20. Renegade

    FAGS dont belong in hip-hop PAPPOSE PAPPOSE.

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    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    And people who thrive on hate do not belong in a civil society.

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  21. TRA

    Kendrick Lamar is the best rapper with the best hip hop album out right now. Kendrick Lamar is really the king of New York and the future king of the Westcoast. I respect Papoose as a great battle rapper, and his diss verse on Control was very hot, but it wasn’t enough to destroy Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Drake, and Big Sean. Kanye West doesn’t need to respond to Papoose. Kanye West has won 21 Grammy Awards, made 5 platinum-selling albums, and has a networth of 100 million dollars. I believe Drake is going to respond to Papoose on his Nothing Was The Same album.

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    Mano Reply:

    @TRA, hahaha whatever your drinking, i want some of that.

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  22. Chloé Magnolia

    I’m so done with men criticizing the next man’s choice of wardrobe. “The feminization of the black man,” give me a break…

    This response felt dated and boring.

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    Morales and Values Reply:

    @Chloé Magnolia, Being in the year 2013, doesn’t make homosexuality right. Many people are only accepting of it, because they are afraid to speak out against it. Let’s be real, we all know it’s wrong.

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    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    No, no and no. We don’t all think it’s wrong. I’m sorry.

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    Morales and Values Reply:

    @Chloé Magnolia, You may not think it is, but in your heart, you know it is.

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    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    No, I do not.

    I don’t what you’re trying to accomplish by telling people what their so-called true beliefs are, but stop. It’s disrespectful.

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    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    I don’t know* what you’re trying to accomplish.

    Morales and Values Reply:

    @Chloé Magnolia, My apologies for offending you.

    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    Also, you’re right that time itself doesn’t affect the perception of sexuality. However, with time often comes knowledge, which gives us perspective that we didn’t have years ago.

    Those developments make intolerance inexcusable.

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    Morales and Values Reply:

    @Chloé Magnolia, Not necessarily. I’ll leave it at that.

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    Chloé Magnolia Reply:

    Apology accepted.

    You don’t have to leave it at that. Contrary to what my response implied, I’m genuinely interested in hearing your views on what I said and what I think is just. Just don’t speak for me, that’s all.

    But if you don’t feel like dragging this on regardless, that’s fine.

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  23. nelson

    he went hard but he took it over the line.. he sounds mad angry and bitter…he will continue to lose lmaoo and to call out k dot album cover was stupid as hell after i listened to the rosenberg interview he did.. i’ve lost all respect for papoosa.. his response wasnt the essence of hip hop his response showed how weak, contradictory and sensitive he is lmaoo i feel sorry for NY if they standing behind this dude. lol

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  24. pete

    irrelevant rakoon.trying to get some shine off lamar…..who is papoose what name is that

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    Respect the Greats Reply:

    @pete, I feel like your 14, you’re still in the 8th grade and your itunes is filled with fucking tyga, 2 chainz and other ratchet noise. Papoose is before your time youngin. Respect the Greats. Thanks.

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  25. shawn

    Im sorry but these played out goon niqqas needs to know that nobody aint tryna wear 4x tshirts & overly large jeans no more…that shit is tacky wack & played..Him & cassidy stuck in a era like jerome from martin..come on dudes upgrade ya shit..

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  26. DraOVO

    HUge Drake fan but I dont consider hi as a rap artist he is more into melodies what Kendrick did was real hip hop back to 1990 I thought Biggie and Tupac where in the studio with hi he is challenging them to bring back the real hip hop not whats my name with Rihanna or Tac care I love u Drake but if you want to be a real C be a lyricist too give us bars that will wow us your stans leave the melodies to JT, blurred lines or R Kelly I personally dont consider Drake as an MC Nicki Minaj can get that title over him anyday

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    Jayson Reply:

    @DraOVO, Maybe you need to listen to the features he did in 2012 ‘Pop That’ ‘Stay Schemin’ etc.

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  27. Jalea

    His bars/metaphors were basic, he sounded angry and took the Kendrick verse a little too far. In his rap he goes completely off topic then goes back to the topic he was initially rapping about. Bye, this is a mess. I still consider Joell Ortiz’s response as the best so far. That’s just my opinion

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  28. Understand

    Till now the only nigga that should have responded is B.o.B cuz he came up around same time as lamar. Joell, cassidy are from the generation before. Papoose, astro are from a new generation.
    Kendrick didn’t talk bout slim , hov or any of those cuz tose came earlier. He only talked bout his generation.

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  29. bibi93

    High Level!!! Papoose >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> kendrick

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  30. Brooklynborn

    When I saw Kim at the Paradise theater last year I left before he came out to do his set and found out he went on after she was done. Papoose is corny and needs to focus on helping his wife come home because coming after Kendrick is making him look as feminine as the people he chin checked. I remember his verse on the remix to Touch it. He was claiming he was the king of New York on that too. Kendrick might not be the king of
    New York but neither is he. He needs to stop coming at people and get back to making commercials for Geiko.

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  31. GetEm

    Ha! Some good bars!

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  32. pack triller

    kendrick.Goood job it been a while since hip hop have been thiz tight,Thiz iz great now ev’ry body we feel kendrickz impact cuz all those rappers mentioned will try and puff back but the real truth iz those rapper dont really get the message i an’t saying u shouldnt puff back but in my oppinon kendrick iz doing wht was done back in the day.cuz it iz high timr they stop watching the trone but it iz time to take it and that iz what kendrick ix trnna do.

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  33. ferg

    This nigga sucks point blank

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  34. Papoose

    Sorry about all these shitty, obvious rhymes. Jus tryn to be relevant.

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