Everything Kendrick Lamar Said To Drake In New Diss ‘Euphoria’ 

Whew! Roommates, it looks like the Kendrick Lamar and Drake beef continues. About two weeks after Drizzy released two disses against him, K Dot returned to the ring with the release of ‘Euphoria’ on Tuesday (April 30).

In the six-minute track, Kendrick addresses the shots Drake took at him on ‘Champagne Moments’ and the now-deleted ‘Taylor Made Freestyle.’ As expected, K Dot launched some grenades of his own — from speaking on Drake’s parenting to using the n-word.

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Keep scrolling to see the bars Lamar used to “bleed” Drizzy.

Kendrick Lamar Took THESE Shots At Drake On ‘Euphoria’

As mentioned, K Dot released the diss on YouTube, with the cover art being a screenshot of the definition of the song title, ‘Euphoria.’

He opened with a soft-tone, speaking voice before transitioning to a flow featuring a lil’ depth and more speed.

K Dot suggested that Drizzy is “spiraling” and predictable with his angles in their rap beef. Kendrick rapped, “You movin’ just like a degenerate, every antic is distasteful.” He also seemingly addressed his fellow GRAMMY winner as a “pathetic, master manipulator.”

“You’re not a rap artist, you’re a scam artist with the hopes of being accepted. Tommy Hilfiger stood out, but FUBU never had been your collection. I make music that electrify them, you make music that pacify ’em.” Lamar rapped. “…Know you a master manipulator, a habitual liar too. But don’t tell no lie about me and I won’t tell truths about you.”

Listen to an excerpt of the song below. 

What Else Did K Dot Say To Drizzy?

After switching his flow, the rapper continued to go in, using metaphors and double entendres. At one point, Kendrick said he refused to let Tupac ” turn in his grave” because of the “Canadian rapper,” referring to Drake’s ‘Taylor Made Freestyle.’

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Kendrick also suggested that Drake’s feelings are “hurt” because of the end of their collaborative relationship. K Dot made it clear that he is not with a phone conversation. He also took a jab at Drake’s long-critiqued use of different accents in his music.

“We ain’t gotta get personal, this a friendly fade. You should keep it that way. I know some sh*t about n****s that’ll make Gunna Wunna look like a saint. This ain’t been about critiques, not about gimmicks, not about who the greatest. This always been about love and hate. Now let me say I’m the biggest hater. I hate the way that you walk, the way that you talk, I hate that you dress. I hate the way that you dress. I hate the way that you sneak diss, if I catch a flight, it’s gon be direct. We hate the b*****s you f**k ’cause they confuse themselves with real women. And notice I said we, it’s not just me. I’m what the culture feeling.”

K Dot also went on to seemingly question Drake’s Blackness and his efforts to flex his daddy’s side more than his white mother’s.

“How many more fairytale stories about your life, ’til we had enough? How many more Black features ’til you finally feel that you’re Black enough? I like Drake with the melodies. Ion like Drake when he act tough. You gon’ make a n***a bring back Puff, let me see if Chubs really crashed on me.”

Kendrick also accused his former collaborator of not having any classic music, while he does. Additionally, he claimed not to care about fame as Drizzy does.

“I’m allergic to the lame sh*t, only you like being famous. Yatchy can’t give you no swag neither, ion give a f**k who you hang with. I hate the way that you walk, the way that you talk…surprised you wanted that feature with Quest, you know that we got some sh*t to address. I even hate when you say the word n****a, but that’s just me I guess. Some sh*t just cringeworthy it ain’t even gotta be deep, I guess. Still love when you see success, everything with me is bless.”

Kendrick suggested Drake keep making him “dance” and accused him of being “the boy” he’s nicknamed.

“When I see you stand next by Sexy Redd, I believe you see two bad b*****s. I believe you don’t like women, that’s real competition you might pop a** with them,” Lamar said. 

K Dot closed out his disses by alleging Drake sent a cease-and-desist over the ‘Like That’ record — where Lamar first threw shots at Drizzy and Cole in March.

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At the 4:55 mark, Kendrick also suggests that Drizzy knows “nothing” about raising a son and all that comes with that.

“Ain’t 20v1, it’s 1v20 I if gotta smack n****s that write with you. Yeah, bring ’em out too, I’ll clear ’em out too,” Lamar said.

Listen to the full track below.

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