Kendrick Lamar has released a diss track slamming fellow rap superstar Drake, escalating their long-running rivalry.
Kendrick Lamar has released a diss track slamming fellow rap superstar Drake, escalating their long-running rivalry.

Lamar strikes back with “Euphoria” diss track against Drake

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Kendrick Lamar has released a diss track slamming fellow rap superstar Drake, escalating their long-running rivalry.

In response to weeks of taunting from Drake, Kendrick Lamar has fired back with a scathing diss track titled “Euphoria.” 

The song, spanning over six minutes, pulls no punches as Lamar takes aim at Drake’s character, parenting, and artistic integrity.

Targeting Drake’s Character: 

Lamar wastes no time in calling out Drake as a “manipulator and habitual liar.” He doesn’t hold back in criticizing Drake’s parenting skills and accuses him of being driven solely by the desire to please fans rather than create authentic music.

Expressing Contempt and Disdain: 

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Throughout the track, Lamar leaves no doubt about his feelings towards Drake, declaring himself as Drake’s “biggest hater.” 

He expresses disdain for everything from Drake’s mannerisms to his fashion sense, leaving listeners in no doubt about the depth of his contempt.

History of Feud: 

The feud between Lamar and Drake dates back to 2013, stemming from Lamar’s boastful comments at the BET Awards. 

Over the years, the tension simmered until it resurfaced last year with Drake’s declaration of the “big three” of rap, which Lamar contested in his verse on “Like That.”

Response to Drake’s Diss Tracks: 

Drake’s previous diss tracks, including “Push Ups” and “Taylor Made Freestyle,” took aim at Lamar’s stature and musical collaborations. 

However, Lamar’s “Euphoria” takes a different approach, critiquing Drake’s use of AI technology and addressing the accusation of ghostwriting.

Conclusion and Personal Life: 

In a final blow, Lamar addresses the criticism about the time it took to respond, asserting that he has other priorities besides rap, such as raising his son. This personal revelation adds depth to Lamar’s rebuttal, highlighting the complexities of his life beyond the rap feud.

Jean Martin

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