• Kendrick Lamar has attacked Drake
  • Their feud has now engaged another chapter
  • THIS is the scoop on his latest song

Kendrick Lamar has reignited his long-standing feud with Drake in a fiery new diss track titled "Euphoria."

The song, which serves as a direct response to Drake's recent jabs at Lamar, has sent shockwaves through the celebrity and rap communities. Fans are gearing up for another chapter in this long-standing feud.

Kendrick vs Drake seems to have no end coming

With references to Drake's acting career, accusations of being a "scam artist," and personal attacks, Lamar's "Euphoria" is the latest escalation in a rivalry that has captivated fans for over a decade. This article dives into the juicy details of the track, the history of their beef, and what this means for the rap industry.

Kendrick Lamar is not holding back! In "Euphoria," he calls out Drake as a "pathetic master manipulator" and a "habitual liar," not to mention questioning his authenticity as a rap artist. Lamar's lyrical prowess is on full display as he accuses Drake of producing music that's more about pacification than electrification. Ouch!

In the song, Lamar raps about how the "famous actor we once knew is looking paranoid and now spiraling." Drake famously began his career as an actor on "Degrassi: The Next Generation."

Lamar goes on to call the subject of the track a "pathetic master manipulator" and a "habitual liar" who is "not a rap artist" but "a scam artist." He says that he makes music "to electrify 'em," while Drake makes music "to pacify 'em."

"I'm the biggest hater. I hate the way that you walk, the way that you talk," he continues. "I hate the way that you dress. I hate the way that you sneak diss."

"How many more fairytale stories about your life 'til we've had enough?" Lamar raps. "How many more Black features 'til you finally feel that you're Black enough?"

The bad blood between these two rap giants dates back to 2013, but it's Lamar's recent verse on "Like That" rejecting the notion of a "big three" in rap that seems to have reignited the flames.

Drake's subsequent diss tracks only added fuel to the fire, leading to Lamar's blistering response in "Euphoria."

Lamar doesn't just stop at professional critiques; he gets personal, taking aim at Drake's early career and even his family.

The track also references the controversial use of Tupac Shakur's AI-generated voice in one of Drake's diss tracks, suggesting that Shakur would be turning "in his grave" at the disrespect.

"The unauthorized, equally dismaying use of Tupac's voice against Kendrick Lamar, a good friend to the Estate who has given nothing but respect to Tupac and his legacy publicly and privately, compounds the insult," a cease-and-desist from the estate obtained by 'USA TODAY' said

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As the rap world buzzes with reactions to "Euphoria," fans and critics alike are left wondering what Drake's response will be. Will this feud escalate further, or will the two titans find a way to bury the hatchet?

Only time will tell, but one thing is for sure: the rap game is more electrifying than ever.