Kendrick Lamar Drops Another Drake Diss With “Not Like Us”

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Kendrick Lamar continues his onslaught on Drake with the release of his fourth diss track, “Not Like Us.” 

Lamar joins forces with DJ Mustard as he continues to diss his rival repeatedly.In the new track, Kendrick references Drake’s past relationships with Bay Area artists, his association with up-and-coming stars for personal gain, and the ongoing legal troubles involving members of OVO. Lamar ends the diss with a derogatory chant of “O-V-Hoe.”

Lamar begins the track with the eerie film reference, “I see dead people.” 

On Drake’s history with the Bay Area, Lamar raps: “You think the Bay gon’ let you disrespect Pac n* / I think that Oakland show gon’ be your last stop n* / Did Cole fowl I don’t know why you still pretending / What is thewl? Bird n*’iggas and burnt bitches, go.”

On OVO legal drama, Lamar raps: “Just make sure you hide your little sister from him / They tell me Chubbs the only one that get your hand me downs / Then party at the party playin’ with his nose now / And [?] got a weird case, why is he around? / Certified lover boy, certified pedophiles.”

On narratives, Lamar raps: “Shape the stories how you want, hey Drake, they not slow / Rabbit hole is still deep, I can go further, I promise / Ain’t that something, B stand for bitch and you Malibu most wanted.”

Then, Kendrick responds to Drake, calling his raps similar to trying to free the slaves. Several allegations on “Family Matters” were addressed in “Not Like Us” by Lamar.

Other revelations alleged Drake slept with Lil Wayne’s girlfriend while he was incarcerated in the mid-2000s, PartyNextDoor is a coke addict, and Atlanta’s historical colonization. 

Drake dropped “Family Matters,” his latest diss, on Friday evening (May 3). It was instantly followed by Lamar’s “Meet The Grahams.”

According to West Coast rap star Problem on X, Kendrick is not done dissing Drake. In “Not Like Us,” Kendrick promises that the beef will go further.

“Not Like Us” has generated over 1.4 million views on YouTube two hours after its release.