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Kendrick Lamar Keeps Drake Feud Blazing With New Diss Track ‘6:16 in LA’

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The rap beef between Kendrick Lamar and Drake is intensifying, with the former dropping his second diss track in just three days aimed squarely at his Canadian rival. The new song “6:16 in LA” parodies Drake’s famous “timestamp” tracks while taking more direct shots at Drake and his OVO crew.

Released Friday morning via Lamar’s Instagram, “6:16 in LA” continues where Lamar’s first salvo “Euphoria” left off. He wastes no time going after Drake’s entourage, rapping:

“Have you ever thought that OVO was workin’ for me? / Fake bully, I hate bullies, you must be a terrible person / Everyone in your team is whispering that you deserve it.”

Lamar also references Drake’s viral hit “Toosie Slide,” warning “Can’t ‘Toosie Slide’ out of this one / it’s just gon’ resurface.” He portrays Drake’s crew as leeches, spitting “If you were street smart, then you woulda caught that your entourage is only to hustle you.”

The surprise arrival of “6:16 in LA” so quickly after “Euphoria” mirrors Drake’s own strategy during his 2015 feud with Meek Mill, when he dropped two diss tracks within four days. Lamar had even foreshadowed this second track on “Euphoria” with the line “‘Back to Back,’ I like that record / I’ma get back to that, for the record.”

According to Variety, the new diss features an unlikely co-producer in the form of Jack Antonoff, best known for his work with pop acts like Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey. Antonoff teamed up with Lamar’s frequent collaborator Sounwave on the hard-hitting beat.

Lamar first reignited his long-simmering feud with Drake in March with a fiery verse on Future’s “Like That,” which also took shots at J. Cole. Cole responded with his own diss “7 Minute Drill” before pulling it from streaming.

Drake had fired back at Lamar with the tracks “Push Ups” and “Taylor Made Freestyle,” the latter of which sampled vocals from a controversial AI recreation of 2Pac’s voice without permission, leading to legal repercussions.

Now with both rappers trading successive diss tracks, their highly-publicized dispute shows no signs of cooling off. Fans are now eagerly awaiting a response from Drake’s camp.

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