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Drake Takes Aim at Kendrick Lamar With AI Tupac & Snoop Dogg Vocals on ‘Taylor Made Freestyle’ Diss Track

The 6 God's latest diss track references Taylor Swift's "Tortured Poets" album.



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Drake has dropped another diss tracking taking aim at Kendrick Lamar.

On Friday (April 19), the same day his “Push Ups” diss officially arrived on streaming services, the superstar rapper shared another fiery song through social media. On “Taylor Made Freestyle,” the 6 God uses AI verses in the style of West Coast hip-hop icons Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg to further taunt Lamar, who has not yet responded to his “Push Ups” diss.

“While we wait on you I guess,” Drake captioned the clip on Instagram.

“Taylor Made” opens with an artificial Shakur addressing the beef between K. Dot and Drizzy, which ignited with the Compton rapper’s scorching “Like That” verse that set the rap game on fire and remains at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.


“Kendrick, we need ya, the West Coast savior/ Engraving your name in some hip-hop history/ If you deal with this viciously/ You seem a little nervous about all the publicity/ F— this Canadian lightskin, Dot/ We need a no-debated West Coast victory, man/ Call him a b—- for me,” the AI Pac raps.

The imagined Makaveli then offers Lamar advice on how to best approach a diss response.

“Talk about him liking young girls, that’s a gift from me/ Heard it on the Budden Podcast, it’s gotta be true,” the AI Shakur raps. “They told me the spirit of Makaveli is alive/ In the n—- under 5’5″, so it’s gotta be you/ I would beef the whole f—ing game.”

An artificial Snoop comes in on the second verse to further push K. Dot into firing back and Drake.

“You gotta show this f—ing owl who’s boss on the West/ Now’s a time to really make a power move/ ‘Cause right now it’s looking like you writing out the game plan on how to lose,” he raps. “World is watching this chess game, but are you out of moves?/ Dot, you know that the D-O-G never f—ing doubted you/ But right now it seem like you posted up without a clue of what the f— you ’bout to do.”


Drizzy saves the last verse for himself, claiming that his “Push Ups” diss “really only took me an hour or two” to write and “the next one is really ’bout to bring out the coward in you.” The 6 God then references Taylor Swift‘s just-released new album, The Tortured Poets Department, suggesting that Lamar’s lack of a response is due to the overwhelming press surrounding her latest project.

“But now we gotta wait a f—ing week ’cause Taylor Swift is your new Top/ And if you ’bout to drop, she gotta approve/ This girl really ’bout to make you act like you not in a feud/ She tailor made your schedule with Ant, you out of the loop,” Drake raps.

“Taylor Made Freestyle” is the follow-up to the Toronto MC’s “Push Ups” diss track, which surfaced online in mid-April and takes aim at Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, Rick Ross.

Hear Drake’s “Taylor Made Freestyle” diss on Instagram below.


This article was first published by Billboard U.S.

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