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Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake & J. Cole on ‘Like That’ from Future & Metro Boomin’s New Album, ‘We Don’t Trust You’

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Just moments ago, Future and Metro Boomin released their highly-anticipated new album, “We Don’t Trust You,” to the world.

One track that immediately stands out from the project is “Like That,” featuring Kendrick Lamar. On this particular record, the Compton native boldly takes aim at Drake and J. Cole. This seems to confirm the ongoing tension between Metro Boomin and Drake, which came to light a few months ago on social media. In the midst of this conflict, Drake referred to Metro Boomin as a ‘tweeter and deleter’ in a video response to Metro Boomin’s criticism of Drake and 21 Savage’s joint album, ‘Her Loss.’

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Drake’s video sign-off, “Look at my eyes — you guys wanna do something? That’s what I thought,” prompted Metro Boomin to retaliate with a video skit referencing on “X” where the character says, “Whoa, Calm Down Jamal, Don’t Pull Out the 9.” This skit humorously portrays interactions between Black people and racist white individuals on a basketball court.

In “Like That,” Kendrick Lamar delivers incisive bars: “Sneak dissin’, first person shooter, I hope they came with three switches. I crash out, like, ‘F–k rap,’ this Melly Mell if I had to. Got two Ts with me, I’m snatchin’ chains and burnin’ tattoos, it’s up. Lost too many soldiers not to play it safe. If he walks around with that stick, it ain’t Andre 3K. Think I won’t drop the location? I still got PTSD. Muthaf–k the big three, n—a, it’s just big me. N—a, bum, what? I’m really like that.”

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Rick Ross Disses Drake on ‘Champagne Moments’

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After Drake‘s official diss, “Push Ups,” leaked earlier today, in which he dissed Rick Ross, Metro Boomin, Kendrick Lamar, and others, Rick Ross throws his hat in the ring and immediately responds with a diss of his own titled, “Champagne Moments.”

In the diss track, Rick Ross reveals that Drake allegedly got a nose job and also unfollowed Drake on Instagram after Drake sent French Montana a cease and desist for a track on his album.

Stream the rough snippet below.


The record is now available on streaming services.


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Dreezy Releases ‘B**ch Duh’ Remix with BIA, Lakeyah and KenTheMan

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Following the release of her hit single “B**ch Duh” in February, Chicago artist Dreezy is back with a female star-studded remix of the track featuring BIA, Lakeyah, and KenTheMan.

The original version of the song boasts a star-studded video with appearances from Metro Boomin, Travis Scott, Swae Lee, Coi Leray, Yung Miami, Natalie Nunn, 2 Chainz, Rubi Rose, Gillie, NeNe Leakes, and more.

“‘B**ch Duh’ came about with just me being in a studio, popping my s**t, getting in my vibe. I love to just make music that makes me feel confident and makes me feel like I’m on top of the world. It’s just one of those songs where I was just really in my element. I put it out, the internet went crazy about it. It was like organic love and everything,” Dreezy told BET. “So, I thought about an all female remix plus it was Women’s Month. When I put the original track out there, I was getting so much good feedback from the female rappers anyway. That’s how I chose who I wanted to be on the song.”

The release of the ‘B**ch Duh’ remix follows news of Dreezy’s 2016 single “Close To You,” featuring T-Pain, earning Platinum certification from the RIAA in March.

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Did The Weeknd Take Shots at Drake on New Future & Metro Boomin Song: “Thank God I Never Signed My Life Away”?

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Earlier this month, news began to circulate about potential tension brewing between The Weeknd and Drake following The Weeknd’s feature on Future & Metro Boomin‘s “We Don’t Trust You” track, “Young Metro.” This week, the plot thickens with The Weeknd’s appearance on the sequel album, “We Still Don’t Trust You.”


In his contribution to the track “All To Myself” The Weeknd subtly hints at his decision not to ink a deal with Warner Bros. and OVO Sound, a choice he made clear to Drake back in 2016.

“They could never diss my brothers, baby/When they got leaks in they operation/I thank God that I never signed my life away,” he sings.

The Weeknd previously disclosed to Complex, “I told him from day one what my decision was going to be. I wasn’t going that route. I was going to go my own route. And he supported me.”

Regarding the “shooters making TikToks” lyric, fans speculate it is in reference to OVO Sound artist Baka‘s TikTok presence which can be viewed here.

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