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Drake And Kendrick Lamar Engage In Intense Beef

Drake And Kendrick Lamar Engage In Intense Beef

Drake And Kendrick Lamar Engage In Intense Beef. In the world of hip-hop, beefs between artists are not uncommon. However, their rivalry has always captured the attention of fans and music critics alike when it comes to Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Recently, this feud has been reignited with both artists taking shots at each other through their music and on social media. Let’s delve into the history of tension between Drake and Kendrick Lamar and analyze the latest diss tracks and social media clapbacks.

Drake and Kendrick Lamar: Rivalry Reignited

Drake And Kendrick Lamar Engage In Intense Beef.

Kendrick and Drake are two of the biggest names in the rap game. Both artists achieved immense success in their careers. Despite their accomplishments, there has always been a sense of competition between the two.

Fans and critics often compare their skills and impact on the genre. It appears the beef between the two rappers started in March 2024.  The track “Like That” by Future, Metro Boomin, and Kendrick could be the culprit.

That was the alleged powered keg that re-ignited the feud. On the track, there was an insulation about the ‘Big Three’ in rap—apparently Drake, Kendrick, and J. Cole.

As we all know, J. Cole removed himself from the rap feud by allegedly apologizing. But the rivalry between Kendrick and Drake continues.

As stated by Vultures, a little after “Like That” dropped, Drake fired back with “Push Ups” on April 13, 2024.

There was a reference in the track about Drake claiming Kendrick was not part of the ‘Big Three.’ Since then, subtle jabs and references in their music have kept the tension between them alive.

Analyzing the Latest Diss Tracks and Social Media Clapbacks

Drake did not stop his diss tracks on Kendrick. He then dropped “Taylor Made Freestyle” on April 19, 2024. While he was waiting for a response from Kendrick, he fired shots again.

On this track, Drake allegedly enlisted the help of AI technology. However, the track has since been taken down, mainly because Tupac and Snoop Dogg’s voices were generated.

Tupac’s estate allegedly issued a cease-and-desist against Drake. Then Drake redid the song in his own voice. At the time, Snoop remained silent. In other words, he did not ask Drake to remove his voice from the track.

In another report by Variety, the internet has lit up with people commenting. Some people allegedly took shots at Drake. While others are waiting to see how the beef will end.

As the tension between Drake and Kendrick continues to simmer, it remains to be seen how this beef will play out in the coming days.

Some fans eagerly anticipate a full-blown rap battle between the two artists. Others hope they can put aside their differences and focus on creating great music.

Regardless of the outcome, one thing is sure: the rivalry between Drake and Kendrick has once again captured the hip-hop world’s attention.

This reminds us of the power and influence of excellent old-fashioned rap beef. By the way, the latest diss tracks, “Meet The Grahams” and “Family Matters, ” were dropped.

Let us know what you think.

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