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Drake and Kendrick Lamar Get Personal on Simultaneous Diss Tracks



Drake and Kendrick Lamar Get Personal on Simultaneous Diss Tracks

The confrontation wages on between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, and this time it’s private. After the latter launched his new diss observe entitled “6:16 in LA” earlier this morning, each rappers dropped response tracks, one after the opposite, on Friday night time (Could 3), with Drake placing out “Household Issues” and Lamar releasing “Meet the Grahams.”

Drake was first up with “Household Issues,” the place issues take a really private flip. “You talked about my seed now take care of his dad,” begins the Toronto native on his seven-minute observe. “I gotta go unhealthy, I gotta go unhealthy.”

Among the many sprawling photographs he takes at Lamar on the observe, he weapons for his foe and his relationship along with his fiancee Whitney Alford. “Don’t even return to your hood and plant no cash timber,” he states, referring to Lamar’s “Cash Bushes” that got here out in 2012. “Say you hate the women I fuck however what you actually imply / I been with Black and white and all the things in between / You the Black messiah wifing up a blended queen / And hit vanilla cream to assist out along with your vanity.”

Issues get much more off-limits with the point out of their youngsters, which Lamar beforehand introduced up on final week’s diss observe “Euphoria.” “Why you by no means maintain your son and inform him say cheese / We may have left the youngsters out of this don’t blame me,” he states. He means that one among Lamar’s two youngsters, a son and a daughter, was truly fathered by Dave Free, who has been a inventive companion to Lamar for years.

On Lamar’s “Euphoria,” he name-checks a Toronto Chinese language meals restaurant referred to as New Ho King, and within the video for “Household Issues,” Drake seems on the restaurant itself. “Kendrick simply opened his mouth / Somebody go hand him a Grammy proper now / The place is your Uncle at / Trigger I wanna discuss to the person of the home,” he sneers.

He then references the stop and desist that Tupac Shakur’s property despatched to him over “Taylor Made Freestyle,” on which Drake used AI to create new vocals from the late rapper. On “Household Issues,” Drake states that Lamar was the one who inspired the property to fireside again at Drake, who eliminated the track from social media shortly after they threatened to sue him.

 “A stop and desist is for hoes / Can’t hearken to lies that come out of your mouth / You referred to as the Tupac property and begged them to sue me and take that shit down,” he says. He finishes on a darkish notice referring to their youngsters: “Our sons ought to go play on the park / Two light-skinned children, that shit could be cute / Until you don’t need to be seen with anybody that’s Blacker than you”

Lamar obtained simply as private on “Meet the Grahams,” on which every verse is addressed straight at Drake’s members of the family together with his son Adonis, mom Sandra, father Dennis and apparently a daughter that Drake has by no means addressed. “Pricey Adonis, I’m sorry that that man is your father, let me be sincere It takes a person to be a person, your dad will not be responsive,” he begins. “I take a look at him and want your grandpa woulda wore a condom / I’m sorry that you simply gotta develop up after which stand behind him.”

His second verse talks to his mom and father. “Pricey Sandra, your son obtained some habits, I hope you don’t undermine them / Particularly with all the women that’s harm inside this local weather.” He strikes on to his father, who he states “gave start to a grasp manipulator” and claims that he “raised a horrible fuckin’ particular person.”

After which, he addresses a “child woman” that he implies Drake had and has saved secret. “Ought to be teachin’ you timetables or watchin’ ‘Frozen’ with you / Or at your eleventh birthday, singin’ poems with you / As a substitute, he be in Turks, payin’ for intercourse and poppin’ Percs.”

This has been a whirlwind for anybody who’s been preserving tabs on the meat. It began when Lamar fired at Drake and J. Cole on “Like That” for phrases on their “First Individual Shooter.” The meat has since progressed at a fast tempo, involving everybody from Rick Ross and Metro Boomin to the Weeknd and Future.

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