Kendrick Lamar Calls Out Drake Again, Changes ''Euphoria'' Lyrics in Live Performance: 'Give me Tupac’s ring back'

Kendrick Lamar Performs Drake Diss "Euphoria" and "6:16 in LA" Live for the First Time at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert

Kendrick Lamar Alters "Euphoria" Lyrics, Takes Fresh Shots at Drake During Live Performance

Kendrick Lamar didn't hold back at his exclusive "Pop Out" concert in Los Angeles, giving Drake another lyrical lashing.

The event was a major spectacle, featuring a lineup of prominent artists such as DJ Mustard, Tyler, the Creator, Roddy Ricch, YG, and more. 

The highlight of the evening, however, was undoubtedly Kendrick Lamar, who headlined the show with his highly anticipated performance. 

As fans expected, Lamar performed his diss track "Euphoria," aimed squarely at Drake.

In a surprising twist, Kendrick changed some of the song's lyrics, adding a fiery new line about 2Pac:

Give me Tupac’s ring back and I might give you a little respect.

- Kendrick Lamar

Watch: Kendrick Lamar Performs "Euphoria" at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert

This fresh jab had the audience buzzing and demonstrated Lamar's ongoing dominance in the rap game.

In addition to "Euphoria," Kendrick treated the crowd to a live rendition of "6:16 in LA" alongside Ab-Soul, further showcasing his lyrical prowess and dynamic stage presence.

Despite the heated exchanges in their music, Drake has remained notably silent since the release of "Not Like Us" last month. 

Kendrick's "Pop Out" concert, however, seemed to serve as a grand statement, capping off what many hope will become an annual event.

The concert not only highlighted Kendrick's skill as a performer but also his ability to keep his audience engaged with unexpected twists and bold statements. 

His decision to tweak the lyrics of "Euphoria" and continue to call out Drake kept the rivalry alive and well, ensuring that fans remained on the edge of their seats.

With 17 Grammy Awards to his name, Kendrick Lamar has solidified his place in hip-hop history. His willingness to evolve and adapt his music for live performances demonstrates his dedication to the craft and his desire to stay relevant in a rapidly changing industry.

As the dust settles from the concert, the question on everyone's mind is: will Drake respond? Kendrick has thrown down the gauntlet, and the ball is now in Drake's court. 

Whether this rivalry will continue to escalate or fizzle out remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: Kendrick Lamar knows how to put on a show and keep the conversation going.