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Drake Releases Kendrick Lamar Diss Track ‘Push Ups’ on Streaming Services: Listen

The 6 God makes it official.



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Drake has finally brought his “Push Ups” diss track taking aim at Kendrick Lamar among others to streaming services.

After leaking last weekend, “Push Ups” popped up on DSPs on Friday (April 19). As of press time, Drake is yet to publicly recognize the scathing song’s release. For the cover art, Drake elected to use a shoe-sizing tag, which he mocks Lamar’s small feet for on the record.

Kendrick Lamar isn’t the only target in Drake’s response to K. Dot’s scorching “Like That” verse that set the rap game on fire and remains at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Future, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, Rick Ross and more are also supposedly in the 6 God’s crosshairs.


Drake appears to clown Lamar about his small body frame and the financial splits when it came to his deal with Top Dawg Entertainment.

“How the f— you big steppin’ with a size seven men’s on/ Your last one bricked, you really not on s— / They make excuses for you ’cause they hate to see me lit/ Pull your contract ’cause we gotta see the split/ Ain’t no way you doin’ splits b—- your pants might rip,” Drake spews and then takes a direct shot at Metro Boomin.

“Big difference between Mike then and Mike now/ What the f— is this, a 20-v-1, n—a/ What’s a prince to a king? He a son, n—a/ Get more love in the city that you from, n—a/ Metro, shut your ho a– up and make some drums, n—a.”

Drake then makes it abundantly clear that “Like That” didn’t light the fuse in his war with Kendrick, which seemingly dates back to K. Dot’s “Control” verse from more than a decade ago in 2013.

“And that f–kin’ song y’all got did not start the beef with us/ This s–t been brewin’ in a pot, now I’m heatin’ up/ I don’t care what Cole think, that Dot s–t was weak as f–k,” he testifies.


However, Rick Ross didn’t waste any time in returning fire with his “Champagne Moments” diss coming at the OVO boss last weekend. Akademiks premiered the record, which finds Rozay claiming that Drake stole Lil Wayne’s flow and alleged that he got a nose job in the past.

Kendrick Lamar has not yet responded to Drake’s smoke. Listen to “Push Ups” below.

This article first appeared on Billboard U.S.

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