The war is back on between Kendrick Lamar and Drake! Kendrick dropped a surprise album on March 3, and we obviously couldn’t help but notice his dig at Drizzy on one of the ‘Untitled’ songs.
Kendrick Lamar, 28, shocked all his fans in the best way by dropping a surprise album on March 3, but one person who probably isn’t too thrilled is Drake — especially since the rapper totally disses him on one of the tracks! Yup, it looks like Kendrick just reignited this feud…
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These two have gone back and forth slamming each other in song lyrics for years, and Kendrick is at it again. “I gotta take it there, I ain’t even playin’ no more, said you just make me wanna Drake you down, to the ground ground ground, like bam, bam, bam, bam, you just make me wanna Drake you down, down, around like bam, bam, bam, bam, bam.” Listen to Kendrick’s new album RIGHT HERE.
This is the first time in a while that the 28-year-old has mentioned Drizzy by name, and if you’re a little confused about the lyrics, he’s using the rapper’s name as a replacement in the idiom “d*** you down,” and basically saying he wants to take Drake down. Stream music from Kendrick, Drake and more completely unlimited and ad-free RIGHT HERE.
The battle between these two rappers began when Kendrick called several rappers out, including Drake, of course, on his verse in “Control” in 2013, and Drake responded with a diss of his own. They seemingly made up at OVO Fest in 2014, but that hasn’t stopped Kendrick from mentioning the “Take Care” rapper subtly in his songs. Until now, that is: This one isn’t subtle at all!
Fans totally weren’t expecting to hear Kendrick’s new album Untitled Unmastered on March 3, but thanks to LeBron James, the new music came sooner than we thought! “After that @kendricklamar Grammy performance, you have to release those untitled tracks asap!!!” the basketball start tweeted to Kendrick’s producer last month. “Damn my n***a you on my head 2…The fans have been killing me,” he responded. “Y’all just backed me in a corner. Give me a few days 2 think.” And ten days later — here we are!
What do you think of Kendrick’s Drake diss, HollywoodLifers?