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Is Drake’s Kendrick Lamar Diss Track Real, or Is It AI?



Is Drake’s Kendrick Lamar Diss Track Real, or Is It AI?
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Buddies, I remorse to announce that we’ve reached a brand new, uniquely annoying period in the case of celeb beef. Both Drake simply fired again at Kendrick Lamar with a brand new diss observe, or AI has gotten so good that we’ll by no means be capable to take pleasure in a leaked tune once more with out questioning if it’s really actual.

It began with Lamar’s visitor verse on “Like That,” from Future and Metron Boomin’s March album We Don’t Belief You. Lamar’s bars took goal at each Drake and J. Cole—whose 2023 tune collaboration “First Particular person Shooter” declared that they and Lamar are the largest names in hip-hop proper now.

Whereas Cole rapped that “We the large three like we began a league, however proper now, I really feel like Muhammad Ali,” Lamar’s March verse countered, “It’s simply huge me… What? I’m actually like that/ And your finest work is a light-weight pack.”

Lamar additionally seized the chance to dunk on Champagne Papi himself by making a play on his newest album title, For all of the Canine. Lamar rapped: “’fore all of your canines gettin’ buried/ That’s a Okay with all these nines, he gon’ see Pet Sematary.” Woof!

Drake’s purported response, a diss observe titled “Drop and Give Me 50,” is scathing—and so private that some followers doubt it may have been generated by AI. (Though, once more, to reiterate, we have now no technique to know for certain. Representatives for Drake didn’t instantly reply to The Every day Beast’s request for affirmation.)

Evidently, Mr. Aubrey Graham didn’t take kindly to Lamar proclaiming his rap supremacy.

“Pipsqueak, pipe down,” Drake (or AI Drake) raps, “You ain’t in no huge three/ Travis [Scott] obtained you wiped down, [21] Savage obtained you wiped down.”

The remainder of the tune assaults Lamar’s stature, together with his shoe measurement; mentions his fiancée by title; and principally says that his pop collaborations have made him corny.“Maroon 5 want a model, higher make it witty,” Drake/maybe-AI-Drake raps. “Then we’d like a verse for the Swifties.” Within the phrases of Ms. Taylor herself, that is some unhealthy blood.

As we already noticed, J. Cole was not a giant fan of Lamar’s remarks, both. In his tune “7 Minute Drill,” launched on his shock album May Delete Later on April 5, he got here again swinging: “The rap beef ain’t realer than the shit I seen in Cumberland/ He averagin’ one onerous verse like each 30 months or somethin’/ If he wasn’t dissin’, then we wouldn’t be discussin’ him.”

J. Cole additionally got here after Lamar’s albums, which is likely to be the place all of this went unsuitable for him. “I got here up within the Ville, so I’m good when it’s stress,” Cole rapped. “He nonetheless doin’ exhibits, however fell off like The Simpsons/ Your first shit was basic, your final shit was tragic/ Your second shit put n***s to sleep, however they gassed it/ Your third shit was huge and that was your prime/ I used to be trailin’ proper behind and I simply now hit mine.”

Though J. Cole talked a giant sport on that tune, he backed down lower than per week later with an on-stage apology.

Final Sunday at Dreamville Fest, Cole called his tune “the lamest fucking shit I’ve ever achieved in my fucking life.” In his rush to get the music out, he mentioned, “I moved in a manner that I really feel, spiritually, really feel unhealthy on… That shit don’t sit proper with my spirit, that shit disrupts my fucking peace.”

With all these pictures getting fired left and proper, it seems like there won’t be peace for anybody, anytime quickly. (However severely, Staff Drake, may you please tell us if that is for actual? As a result of if not, heaven assist us all every time the computer systems determine to wage lyrical warfare.)