Chart-topping rappers J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar gifted fans with a real treat on Black Friday (Nov. 27). The two rhymers a pair of freestyle tracks in which they spit hot bars over each other’s beats.

Hollywood Cole decided to rap over Lamar’s anti-police brutality song, “Alright” (from To Pimp a Butterfly) while the K.Dot jumped on the Roc Nation’s artist’s track, “A Tale of 2 Citiez” (from 2014 Forest Hills Drive)

While Cole did an impressive job rapping over the Compton rapper's song, Lamar obliterated the North Carolina MC's track with a blistering freestyle that will burn your ears. On the song, Lamar reminds listeners why he's the self-proclaimed God MC.

I’m yelling Mr. Kanye West for president / He probably let me get some head inside the residence / I’m in the White House goin’ all out / Bumping College Dropout, God bless Americans," he raps. He then adds, "Nothing more influential than rap music / I merge jazz fusion with the trap music/ I mix black soul with some rock and roll / They never box me in, I’m David Blaine-ing all you hoes."

We must mentioned that J. Cole teased that a collaborative project featuring him and Kendrick Lamar is set to drop in February. If these pair of freestyles are any indication of how lit that album is going to be, then get ready for something extraordinary in 2016.

Listen to J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar's freestyle below.

Listen to J. Cole's "Black Friday" Freestyle ("Alright")

Listen to Kendrick Lamar's "Black Friday" Freestyle ("A Tale of 2 Citiez")

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