Jay Z has been caught referencing Beyonce’s line off her ‘Lemonade’ album in a new single with Pusha T titled, ‘Drug Dealers Anonymous’.
Pusha T released the song Tuesday, (May, 31), the last day of the month after sharing an Instagram announcement of the first single from the highly anticipated album, ‘King Push’.
The Bronx-born rapper got Jay Z to drop a verse or two on the new track and Hova used the line in his bars.
Jay Z rapped, “I’m a course of miracles with this shit / Nothing real can be threatened, nothing unreal exists”, that lyric was borrowed off the track “All Night” from the Lemonade album.
In her version of “All Night” Bey sang about her impregnable relationship with a man – suspected to be Jay Z.
Genius reported that this particular line delved deeper, “The line is actually a reference to the book A Course in Miracles, which is a favorite of Jay and Bey’s and may have been part of their spiritual development over the past few years.
According to the annotation, “The books is a popular text in ‘spiritual psychotherapy,’ an approach to psychology that focuses on the spiritual side of an individual to aid recovery.”
Jay Z also used another Lemonade reference saying, “You know you made it when the fact your marriage made it is worth millions. Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is, survival of the illest.”
In 2015, Jay Z used the ‘Nothing Real’ line after his music distribution service, Tidal garnered its first million subscribers.
The Carters seem to love this line a lot, is there more to the words than meets the eye?
"Nothing real can be threatened, nothing unreal exists" Tidal is platinum. 1,000,000 people and counting. Let's celebrate 10/20 Brooklyn.
— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) September 29, 2015