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Joe Budden Thinks Drake Might Have Misplaced His “Timestamps” Collection Writing Group 

Joe Budden believes Drake didn’t resurrect his iconic “timestamp” sequence throughout his beef with Kendrick Lamar as a result of he may need misplaced entry to the writing crew he created the songs with.  

The sequence, which incorporates “4 PM in Calabasas” and “7 AM on Bridle Path,” is alleged to function a few of Drake’s greatest rapping. Nonetheless, whereas Ok. Dot launched a “6:16 in LA” diss, Drake didn’t drop a monitor from the sequence. 

Through the newest episode of his podcast, which arrived sizzling on the heels of the latest alleged reference monitor leaks, Joe Budden mentioned how far again they go. 

“I nonetheless assume that I haven’t heard timestamp Drake in fairly a very long time. It does beg the query, why is that now?” Budden stated.  

His co-hosts urged that Drake may need misplaced the writing crew he labored with to create the sequence.  

“In case you taking a look at it by means of that lens, it appears like any individual that was necessary in them classes isn’t there anymore and we not getting that. Why would you fail to get in that bag going in opposition to Kendrick? It simply don’t make sense,” Budden continued. 

“And now, he’s teasing his subsequent venture, he took an image with Gordo,” he added. “So, that claims we getting that very same Truthfully, Nevermind, really feel possibly, proper?” 

Drake has labored on a number of songs with producer and longtime pal Gordo. They teamed up for 2 tracks on For All The Canine final 12 months, following their six songs on Truthfully Nevermind in 2022.  


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