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Kendrick Lamar Replies Drake on Six-Minute Euphoria Track

Kendrick expressed hatred for Drake’s persona, from his mannerisms to his looks. He emphasised that his feelings towards Drake were similar to those of the hip-hop community.

Compton Rapper, Kendrick Lamar, has responded to Drake on a six-minute-long song “Euphoria.” 

This follows after Drake went back at Lamar on “Push Ups” and “Taylor Made Freestyle.” The latter track used artificial intelligence to emulate voices from 2Pac, which prompted a threatening response from the late rapper’s estate. As a result, Drake removed the song from his social media pages.

Kendrick Lamar’s “Euphoria”  starts softly, and he does not address Drake directly until the end of his first verse.

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“Know you a master manipulator and habitual liar, too. But don’t tell no lie  about me, and I won’t tell truths about you,” he rapped.

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As the beat progresses, Lamar’s words against the Toronto rapper become sharper. He plays on Drake’s name and the Draco Pistol.


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 “The very first time I shot me a Drac, the homie had told me to aim it this way, didn’t point down enough. Today, I show you I learned from those mistakes,” he rapped.

He also makes a loose reference to Drake’s “Taylor Made Freestyle,” in which Drake uses artificial intelligence to mimic 2pac’s voice to get Lamar to respond. 

“Somebody had told me that you got a ring On God, I’m ready to double the wage. I’d rather do that than let a Canadian n***a make Pac turn in his grave,” he rapped.

Kendrick expressed hatred for Drake’s persona, from his mannerisms to his looks. He emphasised that his feelings towards Drake were similar to those of the hip-hop community.

“It’s all been about love and hate, but let me say I’m the biggest hater, I hate the way that you walk, the way that you talk, I hate the way that you dress, I hate the way that you sneak diss, We hate the b*tches you f*ck cause they confused with real woman, Notice I said we? It ain’t just me, this how the culture feeling,” he rapped.

Lamar goes on to claim that Drake is not truly Black, which is why he is not fully embraced by Black culture. 

“How many more fairytale stories ’bout your life till we had enough? How many more Black features till you finally feel that you’re Black enough? And you got shit twisted What is it? The braids?”, he said.

Lamar brings up Pusha T, Drake’s nemesis, and how he never responded to “The Story of Adidon,” implying that Pusha T had the final say in their beef, while Drake focused on artists like Pharrell.

“I don’t like you poppin’ sh*t, at Pharrell, I inherit the beef. Yeah f**k all that pushin P, let me see you Push a T,” Lamar raps in the further parts of the track.

Kendrick Lamar stans have referenced the song’s title to the Euphoria series executive produced by Drake. The series mostly focuses on young teenage girls who are constantly naked and live recklessly. A slight shade, alluding to the fact that Drake likes underage girls.

The six-minute song, which features three different beats, was released on Kendrick Lamar’s YouTube on Tuesday, April 30, 2024.

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