Kendrick Lamar - 6:16 in LA (Drake Diss)

The Record Room

03-05-2024 • 7 mins

Kendrick Lamar's latest disstrack "6:16 in LA" serves as a sharp follow-up to his prior release "euphoria," further escalating his lyrical confrontation with Drake. In this track, Kendrick mocks the timestamp theme popularized by Drake, while delivering incisive critiques, labeling Drake a "fake bully" and questioning the loyalty within Drake's OVO camp. He extends his critique to media figures, implying a compromise in their integrity, notably targeting Akademiks. The song also reflects on Kendrick's personal quest for peace, juxtaposed against his readiness to confront conflict. "6:16 in LA" not only intensifies Kendrick's discourse with Drake but also challenges broader industry dynamics, solidifying his role as a thought-provoking lyricist in hip-hop.

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