Drake’s “Push Ups” Fires Back at Kendrick Lamar in Epic Diss Track

Drake has finally responded to Kendrick Lamar's diss track with his new song "Push Ups." In the track, Drake takes shots at Lamar and other artists, adding fuel to their ongoing feud.

Drake has officially released his highly anticipated response to Kendrick Lamar’s diss track, titled “Push Ups.” The track, which was leaked earlier this week, sees Drake firing back at Lamar and also taking aim at other artists such as J. Cole, the Weeknd, Rick Ross, and Metro Boomin.

The feud between Drake and Lamar has been ongoing for years, with both artists taking subtle shots at each other in their music. However, things escalated when Lamar released his track “The Heart Part 4” in 2017, where he called out Drake and other rappers for being “fake.”

In response, Drake released “Push Ups,” where he addresses Lamar’s diss and also takes aim at other artists who have been critical of him. He raps, “I see you throwing shots, but I’m still standing / I don’t need no push ups, I’m still the man.”

Drake also references his past collaborations with J. Cole and the Weeknd, rapping, “I put you on, now you wanna diss me? / I guess that’s how it goes when you’re feeling envy.” He also takes a jab at Rick Ross, who has previously criticized Drake for not writing his own lyrics, with the line, “I don’t need a ghostwriter, I’m the real boss.”

The track also features a diss towards producer Metro Boomin, who has worked with both Drake and Lamar in the past. Drake raps, “Metro Boomin want some more? / Well, I got some more for you.”

Fans of both artists have been eagerly waiting for Drake’s response to Lamar’s diss, and it seems like he has finally delivered. The track has already sparked a lot of buzz on social media, with fans dissecting the lyrics and choosing sides in the ongoing feud.

It’s unclear if this will be the end of the Drake and Lamar feud, but one thing is for sure, “Push Ups” has definitely added fuel to the fire. Only time will tell if Lamar will respond with another diss track or if the two will finally put their differences aside. In the meantime, fans can enjoy the back and forth between these two rap heavyweights.

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