Kendrick Lamar Claps Back at Drake with 'Euphoria' Diss Track

Kendrick Lamar Claps Back at Drake with 'Euphoria' Diss Track

In the latest development of their ongoing feud, Kendrick Lamar has released a new track titled "Euphoria," which serves as a direct response to Drake's recent diss tracks. The six-minute song features pointed lyrics, with lines like "I Got a Son to Raise" and "Don't tell no lie about me and I won't tell truths about you," which many interpret as jabs at Drake. The music video accompanying the song has sparked much speculation and is expected to be closely analyzed by fans and critics alike.

The release of "Euphoria" follows a series of diss tracks exchanged between the two artists. Drake had previously released "Push Ups" and "Taylor Made Freestyle," with the latter featuring AI-generated vocals mimicking the late rapper 2Pac, prompting a legal threat from his estate. Drake subsequently removed "7 Minute Drill" from streaming platforms. Kendrick Lamar's song also arrives after his verse on "Like That" and the leak of Drake's diss track on April 13.

In "Euphoria," Kendrick Lamar criticizes Drake's character, referring to him as a "scam artist" and questioning his authenticity. He also makes references to Drake's fashion sense, business dealings, and even his biracial identity. The diss track has already climbed the charts, debuting at No. 19 on the Hot 100, and is stirring conversation within the music industry. This public dispute continues a trend of high-profile rap feuds involving both Kendrick Lamar and Drake, capturing the attention of hip-hop enthusiasts worldwide.


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