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A Recap of the Legendary ‘The Pop Out – Ken & Friends’ Event

A recap of the legendary ‘The Pop Out – Ken & Friends’ event hosted by Kendrick Lamar filled with mostly Southern Cali-based rappers.

Theory: Kendrick Lamar is Behind Twitter Account Exposing Drake

The Kendrick Lamar and Drake beef that was looking to be essentially over has been shaken up by a cryptic tweet from a newly created Twitter account. EbonyPrince2k24 is an account created within the last few days and has been…

Drake Vehemently Denies Pedo Allegations on “The Heart Part 6”

Kendrick Lamar for the last few days has been accusing Drake and his crew, OVO, of some heinous crimes in his diss tracks. Now Drake has hit back with “The Heart Part 6,” denying the allegations and claiming he fed…

Kendrick Lamar Calls Drake a Pedophile on “Not Like Us”

Kendrick Lamar went for the kill on “Meet the Grahams,” and he did a lot of damage. He alleged Drake to be a Harvey Weinstein-level sexual predator and said Drake deserved to die. This time he’s back with “Not Like…

Drake and Kendrick Lamar Drop Their Diss Track Nukes

Drake said he wanted to keep it PG while Kendrick told him to keep it friendly. Then Drake makes a response that is anything but PG. Drake makes some wild claims about Kendrick and his family that are insane, to…

Everything Kendrick Lamar Disses Drake About On “Euphoria”

Kendrick Lamar finally claps back at Drake in response to both “Push Ups and “Taylor Made Freestyle”. Here is a breakdown of what every diss is referring to and what category it goes into.

Drake Releases AI Diss Track Against Kendrick using Snoop and Tupac’s Voices

In the newest edition of the Drake vs. Kendrick saga is the release of an AI diss track using Tupac and Snoop Dogg’s likeness.

The Unrelenting Beef of Hip-Hop: Drake Goes for the Kill (Bill)

Three weeks after Kendrick Lamar dropped a verse dissing Drake on Future & Metro Boomin’s “Like That”, Drake has finally responded in a leak diss track.

The Brewing Beef Between the Big Three of Hip-Hop

Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, and Drake, colloquially referred to as the big three of hip hop for over a decade now, have all been engulfed in rap beef for that top spot.