Kendrick Lamar Joins Meek Mill In The Diss-Off Against Drake With TWO Songs On Dr. Dre’s New Album! See The Lyrical Shade!

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He’s not going to let this beef die.

Meek Mill bizarrely tried to take on Drake in a old fashioned rap beef over whether or not the Canadian entertainer used ghostwriters on his songs. Well, Kendrick Lamar has tossed his hat into the ring now too!

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The Los Angeles native appears on Dr. Dre‘s new album Compton, and on the song Darkside/Gone, KL raps:

“Enemies giving me energy I wanna fight now/Subliminally sent to me all of this hate.”

Basically, people have assumed that this is a shot at Drizzy, referencing his song Energy. But on the song Deepwater, Kendrick throws some clearer shade, saying:

“Motherf*cker know I started from the bottom… They liable to bury him, they nominated six to carry him/ They worrying him to death, but he’s no vegetarian/ The beef is on his breath, inheriting the drama better than/ A great white, n*gga, this is life in my aquarium.”

This isn’t the first time Kendrick tried to engage in a beef with Drake though!

On Big Sean‘s song Control, Kendrick not only disses Champagne Papi but a bunch of other rappers as well, and some people have said KL’s line about a ghostwriter in King Kunta is also a jab at the 6 God.

For now, all of Dr. Dre’s new songs are exclusively on Apple Music, so unless you have it, you’ll have to just let the written words speak for themselves.

Thoughts???

[Image via WENN.]

Aug 7, 2015 11:02am PST

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