Rihanna is seen arriving at her hotel in New York City.
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Big Sean gave the Internet a day's worth of conversation and debate fodder Monday night when he released "Control," a song featuring Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica.
At least, we think Jay Electronica and Big Sean are on the track. Kendrick Lamar did his very best to make sure that he'd be the only one remembered – and he did a pretty good job. In the song, Lamar basically said, "I respect you guys very much, but I'm better than you" and went on to demolish the very men he shared the track with.
Twitter has been talking about it nonstop because it's a good verse, yes, but also because it's refreshing to hear what many consider a return to real hip-hop. Some, like online mag Vulture, mistook Lamar's hard-hitting gauntlet throwing for legitimate beef or the beginnings of a real-life feud, which illustrates how far removed from this brand of rhyming we all are.
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