Listen: Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake Again on '6:16 in LA'

Kendrick Lamar Did It Again, Drops Second Drake Diss "6:16 In LA"

Kendrick Lamar Strikes Back with "6:16 in LA" Diss Track Aimed at Drake
In the ongoing saga of hip-hop beef, Kendrick Lamar has returned fire at Drake with his latest diss track, "6:16 in LA." 

Just days after dropping his initial diss track "Euphoria," Kendrick is wasting no time in keeping the feud with Drake alive and well.
In "Euphoria," Kendrick teased a forthcoming response, promising to "get back to that, for the record." True to his word, Kendrick dropped "6:16 in LA" just three days later, delivering scathing lyrics aimed squarely at Drake and his OVO camp.

One standout moment in the track sees Kendrick questioning Drake's allegiance, asking, "Have you ever thought that OVO was working for me?" He goes on to express disdain for "bullies" and suggests that Drake is a "terrible person," prompting speculation about the dynamics within Drake's inner circle.

Kendrick also takes aim at Drake's entourage, alleging that some members secretly wish for his downfall. 

He warns Drake about playing dirty with propaganda and suggests that his online presence is losing credibility.
If you were street smart, then you woulda caught that your entourage is only to hustle you A hundred n***as that you got on salary, and twenty of 'em want you as a casualty And one of them is actually next to you And two of them is practically tired of your lifestyle, just don't got the audacity to tell you But let me tell you some game, 'cause I can see you my lil' homie You playin' dirty with propaganda, it blow up on ya You're playin' nerdy with Zack Bia and Twitter bots But your reality can't hide behind Wi-Fi Your lil memes is losing steam, they figured you out The forced opinions is not convincin', y'all need a new route.

- Kendrick Lamar

Listen: Kendrick Lamar's Drake Second Diss Track ‘6:16 in LA’

Notably, Kendrick also throws shade at DJ Akademiks, a prominent figure in the hip-hop community, suggesting that he has been "looking compromised" as of late. This adds another layer of tension to the already heated feud.

The title of the track, "6:16 in LA," seems to reference the time of its release, but it could also hold symbolic significance. June 16 is Father's Day and the birthday of legendary rapper 2Pac, adding extra weight to Kendrick's message.

Accompanying the track's release is an image featuring a glove adorned with the Maybach logo, signaling that Kendrick is ready to spar with Drake without reservation. This choice of imagery may also be a nod to Michael Jackson, whom Kendrick references in the closing line of the track.

With "6:16 in LA," Kendrick Lamar has once again ignited the flames of the ongoing feud with Drake, proving that he is not backing down anytime soon. 

As the battle between these two titans of hip-hop rages on, fans eagerly await Drake's response to Kendrick's latest salvo.

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