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Drake has released a diss track where he responds to Kendrick, Lamar, Future, Rick Ross, Metro Boomin’, and more.

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Saturday was a relatively calm day until a Drake track leaked online that seemed to directly address the hip-hop Avengers who assembled to try and take his throne. Following the release of Metro Boomin’ and Future’s We Still Don’t Trust You, and J. Cole bowing out, it’s now Drake against the world.

While many believed the song that leaked could be AI, some of the bars were a little too on the nose to dismiss. Eventually, DJ Akademiks gathered the world on his stream to play the record before Drake sent him the final version which he premiered.

Here are some of the standout lines on the record and the context behind them.


Drake Responds To All His Detractors In New Diss Track

On the song, Drake responds to Future’s claims he’s his number one fan, which he rapped in the intro to We Don’t Trust You.

“I can never be nobody number one fan/ Your first number one, I had to put it in your hand”

Drake helped deliver Future’s first number-one record with “Way 2 Sexy” and gave him a top record with “Wait For U” but if you watch the music video for the song you will not see the rappers in a scene together.

Later in the song, Drake turns his attention to Kendrick Lamar.

“How the f**k you big steppin’ with a size seven men’s on? /This the bark with the bite, n***a, what’s up? /I know my picture on the wall when y’all cook up /Extortion baby, whole career you been shook up /’Cause Top told you drop and give me fifty like some push-ups, huh /Your last one bricked, you really not on s**t /They make excuses for you, ’cause they hate to see me lit /Pull your contract, ’cause we gotta see the split /Ayy, the way you doin’ splits, b***h, your pants might rip /You better do that motherf**kin’ show inside the bitty /Maroon 5 need a verse, you better make it witty /Then we need a verse for the Swifties /Top say drop, you better drop and give ’em fifty”

The alleged response alludes to rumors of a dispute between Kendrick and TDE that allegedly stopped the rapper from releasing music for five years.

In the song, Drake also alleges that TDE is still collecting 50% of Kendrick’s money.

“Y’all n***a manager was Chubbs lil’ blunt runner /Claim the 6ix, and you boys ain’t even come from it/ And when you boys got rich, you had to run from it /Cash blowin’ Abel bread, out here trickin’ (Out here trickin’) /S**t we do for b***hes he doin’ for n****s (What the f**k?) /Jets, whips, chains, wicked, wicked, wicked (Wicked, wicked) /Spend it like you tryna f**k, boy, you trippin’, boy, you trippin’ /Drizzy Chip ‘n Dale, probably got your b***h Chanel /I just got ’em done, boy, don’t make me have to chip a nail /Rolling Loud stage, y’all were turnt, that was slick as hell”

Surprisingly Drake makes the same mistake he made with Pusha-T and references Kendrick Lamar’s wife Whitney on the record.

“I be rockin’ every f**kin’ chain I own next visit, ayy ‘I be with some bodyguards like Whitney /Top stay drop, your little midget a** better f**kin’

After seemingly exposing  Kendrick’s terrible music contract, Drake targets The Weeknd and his manager Cash who he claims is tricking on rappers instead of women.

He also applauds Future and Metro’s Rolling Loud set where Travis requested “Like That” before its release.

Rick Ross has spent his time on social media using the beef to promote his Wingstop franchises and get a couple of laughs in which Drake clearly didn’t appreciate. As the Canadian shoots at Rick Ross, he even leaves a few bullets for Ja Morant who allegedly dated two of his recent flings; Lotto’s sister Brooklyn Nikole, and Amari Bailey’s mother Johanna Leia.

“N****s really got me out here talkin’ like I’m 50, ayy /N***s really got me out here rappin’ what I’m livin’/I might take your latest girl and cuff her like I’m Ricky /Can’t believe he jumpin’ in, this n*** turnin’ fifty /Every song that made it on the chart, he got from Drizzy /Spend that lil’ check you got and stay up out my business /Worry ’bout whatever goin’ on with you and (Uh) /Ayy, shoutout to the hooper that be bustin’ out the griddy /We know why you mad, n***a, I ain’t even trippin’ /All that lil’ heartbroken Twitter s**t for b***hes”

At the end of the diss record, Drake previews another song before it cuts off.



You can listen to Drake’s diss unofficially named “Push Ups” below.



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