Kendrick Lamar’s Drake Diss Song ‘Not Like Us’ Racks Up 1Mil Views in 45Minutes: LISTEN

Drake and Kendrick Lamar have reached a new zenith as a result of their current lyrical rap battle. Saturday evening, Kendrick Lamar dropped the latest salvo in this lyrical warfare with his track ‘Not Like Us,’ sending shockwaves through the hip-hop community. But it wasn’t just the scorching verses that ignited controversy; it was the accompanying cover image that truly set tongues wagging.

The cover art depicts Drake‘s home, adorned with several ominous red pins scattered across the map. These pins, as reports suggest, mark the residences of alleged child sexual offenders. It’s a visual statement that speaks volumes, suggesting that Kendrick Lamar isn’t just aiming for lyrical supremacy but also aiming to expose what he perceives as hypocrisy within Drake’s public image.


The track, aptly titled ‘Not Like Us,’ serves as a scathing indictment of Drake’s authenticity. Within moments of its release on YouTube, the song began to shatter records, amassing over a million views in less than 45 minutes. It’s a testament to the intense interest and anticipation surrounding this ongoing battle between two titans of the rap game.


In ‘Not Like Us,’ Kendrick Lamar pulls no punches, delivering blistering bars that dissect Drake’s persona with surgical precision. The lyrics delve into themes of deception, betrayal, and the struggle for credibility in an industry fraught with facades. According to Lamar, it’s not just about winning the battle; it’s about revealing the truth, even if it means dismantling the carefully constructed facade of a fellow artiste.

One line that reverberates through the track encapsulates Lamar’s message: “God’s Plan” was to expose the lies, and reveal the truth that Drake denies. It’s a bold assertion, suggesting that Lamar sees himself as an instrument of divine justice, tasked with shining a light on the darker aspects of Drake’s persona.

Lamar also got witty, suggesting that OVO means “other vaginal option”.

As the battle rages on, fans and critics alike are left to dissect every bar, and every metaphor, searching for deeper meaning and hidden truths. The stakes are high, with reputations and legacies hanging in the balance with Lamar previously claiming that Drake is also hiding a daughter.

Listen to Lamar’s song below:

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