Was Jay Z really throwing subliminal jabs at Drake on DJ Khaled’s new song ‘Shining’?

Posted on February 14 2017 , at 06:09 pm
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  • The jab from Jay - who’s known for his many summertime hits - could be in response to Drake’s verse on the 21 Savage-assisted ‘Sneakin.'

Jay Z with Beyonce and Drake at the 55th Grammy Awards.

Just when we thought the days of Jay Z and Drake trading sneak-disses are behind us, Hov may have just called out the Canadian rapper on ‘Shining,’ the latest music from DJ Khaled.

After the surprise record dropped Sunday night, February 13, Internet freaks were quick to locate and fastidiously decipher what some see as a diss toward Drizzy.

On ‘Shining,’ which also features Beyoncé, Jay Z raps: ‘I know you ain’t out here talkin’ numbers, right / I know you ain’t out here talkin’ summers, right / I know you ain’t walkin’ ’round talkin’ down / Sayin’ boss shit when you a runner, right?’

The jab from Jay – who’s known for his many summertime hits – could be in response to Drake’s verse on the 21 Savage-assisted ‘Sneakin.’

Drake offered some subliminal shade on the song, rapping: ‘You ain’t own it right away, you had to wait on niggas / Man, I’m only 29, have some patience with us / Plus I never met nobody from my label, nigga / I just pop up with the music then they pay a nigga.’

The 2016 shade got off to an early start when Drake dropped ‘Summer Sixteen’ in January and declared that he ‘used to wanna be on Roc-A-Fella then [he] turned [himself] into Jay.’

Jay fired back months later on ‘I Got The Keys,’ rapping ‘Till you’re on your own you can’t be me.’

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