Kendrick Lamar Goes Back To Back On Drake With”6:16 In LA,” Fans React To Kendrick’s Second Diss Track

Kendrick Lamar delivered a diss track called “Euphoria” on Tuesday and it immediately sent the hip-hop world into a frenzy. Overall, this is a song that fans were hoping for given Drake‘s lyrical assault on “Push Ups” and “Taylor Made Freestyle.” In the end, “Euphoria” proved to be a massive win for Kendrick, as most fans have him up right now. On Friday, however, Kendrick decided to double down. He hinted that he would on “Euphoria,” although fans were not taking the threat seriously. As it turns out, they should have been.

Today, we got “6:16 In LA.” This is not a scathing and energetic takedown like “Euphoria.” Instead, it is a laid back track that is meant to poke the bear and inspire some paranoia within Drake. For instance, Kendrick takes shots at the OVO operation, claiming that there are double agents who are now working for him. He claims that Drake’s inner circle wants to see him fail. Moreover, he claims the OVO camp has tried to find dirt on Kendrick, but they have come up empty as he lives a pretty boring life.

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Kendrick Lamar Drops Another One

As you can imagine, fans have begun reacting to the song on social media. For now, the reactions skew heavily in Kendrick’s favor. Fans are extremely excited and energized by what is going on here. Some are curious as to how Drake is going to respond to all of this. Meanwhile, others are impressed with just how war-ready Kendrick is. Some felt like he was going M.I.A., but it is clear that he wants to bury Drake, once and for all.

Fans React

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