Kendrick Lamar Is Back at ‘Colonizer’ Drake’s Neck With New Diss Track “Not Like Us”: ‘Certified Pedophile’

Kendrick's new diss track was produced by DJ Mustard.

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Kendrick Lamar is back with yet another diss track aimed at Drake titled "Not Like Us."

The track arrived on Saturday night and finds Kendrick rhyming over a DJ Mustard-produced beat that sees him taking even more explosive shots at the 6 God.

"Tryna' strike a chord and it's probably A-minor," K Dot raps on the track, just one among several shots the Compton rapper sends at Drizzy in which he claims the Canadian is into underage girls.

Say, Drake, I hear you like 'em young
You better not ever go to cell block one
To any bitch that talk to him and they in love
Just make sure you hide your lil' sister from him
They tell me Chubbs the only one that get your hand-me-downs
And Party at the party playin' with his nose now
And Baka got a weird case, why is he around?
Certified Lover Boy? Certified pedophiles
Wop, wop, wop, wop, wop, Dot, fuck 'em up

“Certified lover boy? Certified pedophile.”

- Kendrick Lamar on “Not Like Us”

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) May 5, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

Tactical warfare has been a focal point of this beef and Kendrick kept that going with the cover art of his latest diss record. The picture shows Drake's Toronto mansion with several sex offender app markers placed on top of the home, a nod to Kendrick claiming the 6 God and members of his crew have committed sex crimes.

The cover for “Not Like Us” is Drake’s Toronto mansion… with sex offender app markers.

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) May 5, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

Kendrick also criticized Drizzy for tapping in with numerous artists from Atlanta throughout his career such as Future, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, and more. According to Kendrick, all those collaborations are nothing more than Drake using the aforementioned rappers for "false street cred." Oh, he also says Drake isn't "a colleague" but rather "a fuckin' colonizer."

Fast-forward, 2024, you got the same agenda
You run to Atlanta when you need a check balance
Let me break it down for you, this the real n***a challenge
You called Future when you didn't see the club
Lil Baby helped you get your lingo up
21 gave you false street cred
Thug made you feel like you a slime in your head
Quavo said you can be from Northside
2 Chainz say you good, but he lied
You run to Atlanta when you need a few dollars
No, you not a colleague, you a fuckin' colonizer

"You run to Atlanta when you need a few dollars, you not a colleague, you a f*cking colonizer.”

- Kendrick Lamar on “Not Like Us”

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) May 5, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

"He a 69 God, freaky ass n****s need to stay they ass inside.”

- Kendrick Lamar on “Not Like Us”

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) May 5, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

"Not Like Us" comes on the heels of Kung Fu Kenny dropping "Meet the Grahams." Just minutes before that arrived Drake released a Kendrick diss track called "Family Matters." Prior to those, Kendrick dropped “Euphoria” and “6:16 in LA." while Drake shared "Push Ups" and "Taylor Made." The Great Rap Battle of 2024 kicked into high gear following the release of Metro Boomin and Future's "Like That," which of course featured a much-discussed Kendrick Lamar verse in which he goes after both Drake and J. Cole.

After responding with "7 Minute Freestyle," Cole backed out of the intensifying beef by apologizing to Kendrick during his Dreamville Festival in North Carolina.

J. Cole speaks on “7 Minute Drill” 👀

“We’re taking that song off f***ing streaming services.”

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) April 8, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

While Cole was initially criticized for the move, many online have changed their tune after seeing how dirty the battle between Drake and Kendrick has got. Drake has since suggested that Kendrick assaulted his fiancee Whitney Alford and that former TDE president Dave Free is the biological father of K Dot's son. On the flip side, Kendrick has claimed that Drake has an 11-year-old daughter, is a "pedophile," and much, much more.

Updated timeline…

3/22 - Kendrick Lamar, “Like That”
4/5 - J. Cole, “7 Minute Drill”
4/7 - J. Cole apologizes for “7 Minute Drill”
4/12 - J. Cole deletes “7 Minute Drill”
4/19 - Drake, “Push Ups”
4/19 - Drake, “Taylor Made Freestyle”
4/30 - Kendrick Lamar, “Euphoria”
5/3 -…

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) May 5, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

Take a listen to Kendrick Lamar's "Not Like Us" up top while we wait for what's next.

6 for the 6 god?

— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) May 5, 2024
Twitter: @ComplexMusic

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