Drake Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar with "Family Matters" Diss Track

Drake Hits Back at Kendrick Lamar and Others on "Family Matters" Diss Track

Drake Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar with "Family Matters" Diss Track
Drake's response to Kendrick Lamar's "Euphoria" has arrived in the form of "Family Matters," a seven-minute diss track packed with direct shots and controversy.

The music video kicks off with a striking scene of a mini-van being crushed at a junkyard, likely a symbolic nod to Kendrick's debut album cover featuring a Dodge van. 

In the track, Drake doesn't hold back, taking aim at Kendrick's personal life, including his fiancée, Whitney Alford, and their relationship dynamics.
You the black messiah wifing up a mixed queen, And hit vanilla cream to help out with your self-esteem On some Bobby shit, I wanna know what Whitney need All that puppy love was over in your late teens. Why you never hold your son and tell him say cheese? We coulda left the kids outta this, don't blame me You a dog and you know it, you just play sweet Your baby mama captions always screamin, save me

- Drake

Not stopping there, Drake also directs bars at other hip-hop figures, such as ASAP Rocky, referencing his previous diss tracks towards Drake. 

Rakim talking shit again, Gassed cause you hit my BM first n***a do the math who I was hitting then. I ain't even know you rap still cause they only talking bout your fit again. Probably gotta have a kid again before you think of dropping shit again

- Drake

He also addresses The Weeknd, accusing him of drug addiction, and takes jabs at Future, Metro Boomin, and even former collaborator Rick Ross.
Weeknd music getting played in the spots where boys got a little more pride. That's why all your friends dipping to Atlanta paying to just find a tour guide. Abel run your fucking bread need to buy some more chains for some more guys. Lemme find another street nigga I can take to the game, courtside. Let me get a used Ferrari for a rapper take the n***a on a horse ride. Anything to take the spotlight off the fact the boss is a drugged out little punk sissy from the northside

- Drake

What the fuck I heard Rick drop n***a. Talking something 'bout a nose job n***a. Ozempic got a side effect of jealousy and doctors never told ya'll n***s. Put a n***a in the bars let a nigga rot kind of like your old job

- Drake

Listen: Drake's Latest Diss Track “Family Matters”  

The release of "Family Matters" follows Drake's cryptic hint to fans during a special guest appearance at Nicki Minaj's concert, where he teased working on his Kendrick response. 

With anticipation building up before its release, fans and industry insiders were eager to see how Drake would counter Kendrick's lyrical assault.
Debate surrounding the ongoing rap feud has been intense, with opinions divided on who's currently leading the battle. While some, like Cam'ron and Mase, believe Drake has the upper hand, others commend Kendrick's lyricism and strategy.

As fans continue to dissect the lyrics and unravel the layers of meaning behind each bar, one thing is clear: the rivalry between Drake and Kendrick Lamar is far from over. 

With each diss track, the stakes are raised higher, and the tension between the two hip-hop heavyweights only intensifies.

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