Kendrick Lamar called out rappers by name in his infamous "Control" verse released in 2013, but the internet is playing the guessing game about his target in a new song.
Lamar released "The Heart Part 4" on Friday and caused a frenzy on social media as fans tried to figure out who the rap prince was referring to in the track.
Drake, Big Sean and J. Cole were some of the rappers speculated to be Lamar's target on the song, which starts with the line, "Don't tell a lie on me/I won't tell the truth about you." On the second verse he raps, "Tiptoeing around my name … you lame."
The rapper, 29, also name-drops President Donald Trump in the song, calling him a "chump."
Lamar is expected to release a new album this year. It will be the follow-up to 2015's Grammy-winning "To Pimp a Butterfly."
Manilow sings for human rights
Barry Manilow is adding his legendary voice to a concert series in New York City that raises money for human rights organizations. The Grammy-winning singer of songs such as "Mandy," "I Write the Songs" and "Looks Like We Made It" will appear at the "Concert for America: Stand Up, Sing Out!" on April 18. It will be streamed live on Facebook. Manilow, 73, will join other performers and presenters including Vanessa Williams, Michael Urie, Lisa Lampanelli, LaChanze and Andy Cohen. Proceeds will benefit the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Southern Poverty Law Center, National Immigration Law Center and the Sierra Club Foundation.
School days: Prince George will attend the Thomas's Battersea prep school beginning in September. William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announced their choice Friday. Thomas's Battersea is a private school with more than 500 children ages 4 to 13. George will be 4 in July. The school's most important rule is to "be kind."
No Living doll: Amy Schumer won't be playing Barbie after all. The comedian dropped out of a live-action film based on the Mattel doll due to scheduling conflicts. The movie was scheduled to start shooting on June 23, but Schumer has a lengthy promotional tour for her comedy, "Snatched," which opens in May. She's also set to begin shooting "She Came to Me" with Steve Carell soon.
Honored: A three-time Oscar-winning cinematographer is being honored by the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, N.Y., for his work. Vittorio Storaro will be presented with the George Eastman Award on Saturday. The 76-year-old native of Rome won Oscars for "Apocalypse Now," "Reds" and Bernardo Bertolucci's "The Last Emperor."