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Drake Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar’s Diss Track with Leaked Response

Drake Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar's Diss Track with Leaked Response

After Kendrick Lamar aimed barbs at Drake and J. Cole in the track “Like That,” Drake has seemingly retaliated with a diss track that surfaced on social media on Saturday (April 13), although there’s no official confirmation yet.

The leaked track, apparently titled “Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50),” appeared on various platforms throughout the day, sparking debates about its authenticity and whether it was AI-generated. While some doubted its legitimacy, Power 105 claimed it was real, even debuting the official artwork featuring Lamar doing push-ups. However, Drake’s team did not confirm its authenticity immediately.

In the leaked song, Drake throws punches in all directions, targeting Lamar, Cole, and even Rick Ross, the Weeknd, and Metro Boomin. He mocks Lamar’s stature and takes jabs at his collaborations with pop artists, suggesting pressure from his former label. Additionally, Drake takes aim at Cole’s response track, “7 Minute Drill,” which Cole later removed from streaming services after expressing regret.

The leaked track suggests tension between Drake and Lamar’s camps, with both artists firing shots and their collaborators getting caught in the crossfire. Despite the drama, Cole still appears on Future and Metro Boomin’s album, showing the complexity of hip-hop’s competitive landscape.

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