Drizzy broke the Internet this morning when he dropped two songs off his upcoming Views from the Six album, including a collaboration with The Throne (Kanye West and Jay Z). Unfortunately for Hov fans, the Brooklyn rapper only delivered this lonely bar on the 3:30 minute track:
“They still out to get me, they don’t get it. I cannot be gotten. That’s a given.”
That’s 17 words for those of you counting at home. Three sentences. Jigga’s in and out had a lot of folks on Twitter cracking jokes about his “feature”, with some wondering why he even bothered:
I coughed while listening to Pop Style and missed Jay Z’s entire verse
— sav (@weirdsexdream) April 5, 2016
the rest of Jay Z’s verse is probably on Tidal #PopStyle
— ✨lil freak bitch✨ (@wutangela) April 5, 2016
So is the rest of JAY Z’s verse going to be on tidal because my 30-day trial ended yesterday
— Stephen Means (@Stephen_Means) April 5, 2016
“You only get half a bar, fuck yall niggas.”
– Jay-Z 2016. #PopStyle
— Phil Parle (@ParRlayin) April 5, 2016
Jay Z’s recording session for “Pop Style.” pic.twitter.com/6LnmvTuPkl
— Joe La Puma (@JLaPuma) April 5, 2016
Jay-Z came in on the feature same way 3 stacks featured on 30 hours
— Lenki Banton (@King_Lenki) April 5, 2016
Jay Z treated that verse like when you’re talking to a relative you ain’t close with and you’re giving your momma back the phone
— Jayzeus (@jordantafari) April 5, 2016
Whether you’ll actually have to signup for Tidal to hear the rest of Jigga’s verse is unlikely because something tells us that’s all Hov intended on giving Drizzy, a rapper signed to his rival music streaming service, Apple Music.
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