Drake and Kendrick Lamar Release 4 Diss Tracks Between Them over the Weekend: Details

The songs talk about everything from their family life to domestic assault and pedophilia claims

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Kendrick Lamar; Drake
  • Hip-hop's latest beef continued over the weekend

  • Drake and Kendrick Lamar released two tracks a piece, each responding to the other

  • It's the latest in a war of words that's been going on for months

Drake and Kendrick Lamar's ongoing beef is anything but over.

The two have been engaged in a war of words ever since Lamar issued a response to J. Cole and Drake's "First Person Shooter" with the track "Like That," released with Metro Boomin and Future in March.

Over the weekend, the rappers took the back-and-forth up a notch by releasing four new diss tracks that talked about everything from their family life to domestic assault and pedophilia claims.

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Drake responds to Kendrick Lamar's "6:16 in LA" with "Family Matters"

Drake traveled back in time to 2012, using a van similar to the one on the cover of the deluxe edition of Lamar's Lamar's Good Kid, M.A.A.D City, to act as the backdrop for the music video for "Family Matters."

The track finds Drake attacking Lamar's family life by accusing him of domestic violence, along with claiming that one of his children isn't biologically his (Lamar is a father to a daughter named Uzi, who he welcomed with his fiancée, Whitney Alford, in July 2019. The two are also parents to a son named  Enoch, whose 2022 birth was seemingly confirmed on the cover of Lamar's fifth studio albumMr. Morale & The Big Steppers.)

Apart from calling Lamar a "make-believe" activist, he also throws jabs at others in the same industry, including Rick Ross, ASAP Rocky and The Weeknd.

Kendrick Lamar proves that he won't back down with the immediate release of "Meet the Grahams"

Lamar responded with "Meet the Grahams" less than an hour after the release of "Family Matters."

With a zoomed-out photo of the "6:16 in LA" cover, Lamar shows several items that allegedly belong to Drake, including a bottle of Ozempic and a black glove (alluding to the black leather gloves at the center of O.J. Simpson's murder trial).

While accusing Drake of having cosmetic surgery, he also directs his verses to Drake's 6-year-old son, Adonis.

"Dear Adonis, I'm sorry that that man is your father, let me be honest/ It takes a man to be a man, your dad is not responsive," Lamar raps. "I look at him and wish your grandpa woulda wore a condom/I'm sorry that you gotta grow up and then stand behind him."

Adding that Drake "f---ed up the moment you called out my family's name," Lamar also claims that he has an 11-year-old daughter (something Drake would later deny on his Instagram Stories).

Related: What's Been Going on with Drake and Kendrick Lamar (and Several Others): A Timeline of Recent Disses

Kendrick Lamar issues a follow-up with even bolder accusations in "Not Like Us"

Lamar showed that he wasn't done speaking about Drake with the follow-up "Not Like Us," where he made allegations about Drake and underage girls.

He makes his belief clear, rapping verses like “Why you trolling' like a bitch? Ain't you tired? Tryna strike a chord and it's probably A-Minor" and encourages "any bitch that talk to him and they in love" to "hide your little sister from him."

Lamar later accuses Drake of using the city of Atlanta to his advantage, calling him a "f---in' colonizer."

"You called Future when you didn't see the club/ Lil Baby helped you get your lingo up/ 21 gave you false street cred/ Thug made you feel like you a slime in your head/ Quavo said you can be from Northside/ 2 Chainz say you good, but he lied," he raps.

Drake ties it all together with "The Heart Part 6"

"The Heart Part 6," was Drake's response to everything mentioned over the weekend, alleging that Lamar was molested as a child and stating that his  "Epstein angle" was "the s--- I expected."

"Wait a second, that's that one record where you say you got molested/ Aw, f--- me, I just made the whole connection," raps Drake. "This about to get so depressing/ This is trauma from your own confessions/ This when your father leave you home alone with no protection so neglected/ That's why these pedophile raps is s--- you so obsessed with, it's so excessive."

Apart from stating that he fed Lamar fake information, he asserts that he's "never been with no one underage but now I understand why this the angle that you really mess with."

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"If I was f---ing young girls, I promise I'd have been arrested/ I'm way too famous for this s--- you just suggested. But that's not the lesson, clearly there's a deeper message/Deep cuts that never healed and now they got infected," Drake raps.

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