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Whether he’s laying low for two days or two years — Kendrick Lamar never disappoints when he drops new music.

Just one week after the release of K. Dot’s “The Heart Part 4” record, the Compton king dropped yet another surprise track and video on Thursday called “Humble.” Both tracks have the Internet going crazy, thinking that K.Dot might be taking shots at Big SeanIn the new song, Kendrick continues to use the phrase “lil bitch” throughout the record, which Sean has been known for using throughout his career.  In addition to that, people also seem to think Dot could be calling out Sean’s Twenty88, collaborative album with girlfriend Jhené Aiko, when he raps, “If I kill a nigga, it wont be the alcohol, I’m the realest nigga after all.” Fans believe this could a reference to Tweny88’s  “I Know,” where Sean raps “blame it on the alcohol or blame it on sativa?”

The main clue that King Kendrick may be coming for Big Sean is from TDE President Dave Free, who posted “No Interview” on Twitter immediately following the track’s release, which has many people thinking he’s referencing Sean’s “No More Interviews” song.  Whether the subliminal messages are true or not, the Internet definitely believes there’s beef brewing between the Compton King and the Detroit Don:

Are you here for a Kendrick Lamar vs Big Sean rap battle?