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    Kendrick Unloads on Drake with 3rd Blistering Diss Track “Meet the Grahams”

    Since the debut of Kendrick Lamar’s third diss track, “Meet the Grahams,” his dispute with Drake has undergone a significant transformation . Although their rivalry has continued to blossom in the following months, the song has rocked the music industry and evoked a series of debates, motivational outcomes, artistic trends, and the resurrection of the battle tradition.

    The relationship between Kendrick Lamar and Drake has been long and complex and has gone through distinct phases of development. The two artists made their first collaboration back in 2011, and the relationship started on a good note. However, following a recording of a guest verse on Big Sean’s new track “Control” in 2013, which included a radical diss of Drake, the feud started . Since then, the relationship has known ups and downs.

    The beef relit after Kendrick spoke out in a verse of his song “Like That” that went on to top the charts. Drake did not stay silent in response reaching back within two diss tracks “Push Ups” and “Taylor Made Freestyle”.

    However, the conflict returned to the latest update when Kendrick Lamar replied in the newest diss track, “Euphoria.” The song accuses Drake of being “Manipulatin” and a “Liar” and says that his music “wasn’t never made to uplift us.” It also calls the Canadian artist “Four Kids bad father headass.”

    The third diss track from Kendrick Lamar to Drake is important due to increasing tension and confrontations between the two artists. This third diss is a powerful statement that Kendrick is not going to quit this dispute whatever happens and is determined to fight until the end. It indicates that Lamar was not going to allow Drake to seize a powerful position in the rap industry without resistance.

    “Meet the Grahams” is jam-packed with crass lyrics and ad hominem accusations. In the most shocking song, Meet the Grahams, Kendrick goes straight for the jugular in shaming Drakes’ personal life – son Adonis, mother Sandra, father Dennis, and even an alleged secret daughter. According to Kendrick, Drake is hiding a second child in addition to Adonis and accuses him of being a terrible parent. He goes on a tangent, rhyming every lie about Drake’s son, ghostwriters, and cosmetic procedures, among others.

    Here are some of the lyrics from “Meet the Grahams”:

    [Verse 1: Kendrick Lamar]

    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
    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
    Life is hard, I know, the challenges always gone be this home
    Sometimes our parents make mistakes that affect us until we grown
    And you a good kid that need good leadership
    Let me be your mentor, since your daddy don’t teach you sh!t
    Never let a man p!ss on your leg, son
    Either you die right there or pop that man in the head, son
    Never fall in the escort business, that’s bad religion
    Always remember, you could be a b!tch even if you got b!tches
    Never code switch, whether right or wrong, you a black man
    Even if it don’t benefit your goals, do some push ups
    Get some discipline, don’t cut them corners like your daddy did, f**k what Ozempic did
    Don’t pay to play with them Brazilians, get a gym membership
    Understand, no throwing rocks and hiding hands, that’s law
    Don’t be ashamed ’bout who you with, that’s how he treat your moms
    Don’t have a kid to hide a kid to hide again, be sure
    Five percent will comprehend but ninety-five is loss
    Be proud of who you are, your strength come from within
    Lotta superstars that’s real, but your daddy ain’t one of them
    And you nothing like him, you’ll carry yourself as king
    Can’t understand me right now, just play this when you 18

    Drake doesn’t stop there. He accuses Kendrick of instigating a legal dispute with Tupac Shakur’s estate over Drake’s use of AI-generated vocals from the late rapper in his track “Taylor Made Freestyle.” Drake alleges that Kendrick urged the estate to sue him, leading to the song’s removal from social media.

    The track was released just minutes after Drake’s own diss track “Family Matters”, leading to an immediate and intense reaction from fans and the media. The public and media response to the track has been divided, with some praising Kendrick’s lyrical prowess and others criticizing the personal nature of his attacks.

    The Kendrick Lamar vs. Drake feud is also not without consequences. It is still unclear what will happen when the disses and beef get too personal. The big catch is that this fight shall significantly shape the rap genre for decades. Additionally, “Meet the Grahams” could influence the genre more than anyone can comprehend.

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