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Drake Drops New Kendrick Lamar Diss Track “Family Matters”

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  • “I was really, really tryna keep it PG / If you had a set then get your ass a DP / You know who really bang a set, my nigga YG / You know who even bang out a set out there is CB.
  • In a nod to the mogul, Drake begins the video with a spinning G-Unit chain, paying homage to 50 Cent.

In the video, Drake is shown in various settings: working in the studio, engaging with associates, spending quality time with his son, and dining with business partners. Additionally, there’s a scene where he’s compacting a vintage Astro van, which is reminiscent of the cover art of Kendrick Lamar’s debut album, “Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City.”

The track implies that Kendrick Lamar’s children, abuse his wife, follow instructions from Top Dawg, let Baby Keem write his verses, and lacks authenticity in street credibility and activism.

Drake delves into Kendrick’s authenticity in Los Angeles with the lines: “I was really, really tryna keep it PG / If you had a set then get your ass a DP / You know who really bang a set, my nigga YG / You know who even bang out a set out there is CB.”

He continues, “I heard that one of them little kids might be Dave Free / Don’t make it dave freeze / Cause if your GM is your BM secret BD / Then this is all making plenty f***in’ sense to me / Ayy, let that shorty breathe,” addressing Kendrick’s children.

The diss track also takes aim at Metro Boomin’, Future, and Rick Ross. Interestingly, it transitions into three distinct beats, adding another layer of intensity to the message. Drake initially teased the song’s release at the conclusion of his earlier diss track, “Push Ups.”

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Expressing anticipation for his adversaries’ responses, Drake mentions his plans to go on vacation by the end of the track.

Prior to the release of “Family Matters,” 50 Cent hinted on Instagram about Drake’s forthcoming bombshell. In a nod to the mogul, Drake begins the video with a spinning G-Unit chain, paying homage to 50 Cent.

After hinting at his frenemy’s alleged extortion and “fake woke” persona in “Push Ups,” and questioning his status as the “West Coast Savior” in “Taylor Made Freestyle,” Drake follows through on his pledge and escalates the conflict in the latest diss track. This time, the prolific artist delves deeper.

In “Euphoria,” Kendrick employs layered lyrical complexity, with double, triple, and quadruple entendres, to express his disdain for his rival, targeting his parenting choices, alleged extortion, and more. The hip-hop community reacted with mixed responses to Lamar’s diss, while Drake made waves across social media platforms.

Drake and Kendrick Lamar found themselves in a clash last month, initiated by the release of the hit track “Like That.” Subsequently, various diss tracks from artists like Future, Metro Boomin’, Rick Ross, The Weeknd, and ASAP Rocky followed suit. Following Lamar’s release of “Euphoria,” Rick Ross advised Drake against retaliation.

The previous diss tracks from both artists are currently charting and available on all streaming platforms. “Push Ups” debuted at No. 2 this week, while “Euphoria” rapidly climbed to the top of streaming charts on Wednesday.

It seems Kendrick Lamar is once again in the spotlight and ready to continue the feud.

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