Get the caution tape out. Drake has responded to Kendrick Lamar's diss tracks "Euphoria" and "6:16 in LA" with a ruthless diss of his own titled "Family Matters." He also goes in on Rick Ross, A$AP Rocky, Future and The Weeknd.

Drake Responds to Kendrick Lamar's Diss With "Family Matters"

On Friday (May 3), Drake rocked Kendrick Lamar's recent rounds of diss tracks, "Euphoria" and "6:16 in LA" with "Family Matters," produced by Boi-1da, Tay Keith, Mark Ronson, Fierce and Kevin Mitchell. Fourteen hours after K-Dot delivered his last Drake diss, Drizzy let it spray with his words. This marks Drake's third diss track aimed at K-Dot, following "Push Ups" and "Taylor Made Freestyle," which dropped in April. On Drizzy's latest response, he clowns Kendrick for the way he raps, the relationship he has with his fiancée, Whitney Alford, and being a stepdad to his own kid. Somebody call the ambulance because Drake is killing the competition.

  • "Always rapping like you bout to get the slaves free/You just acting like a activist, it's make-believe"
  • "On some Bobby s**t, I wanna know what Whitney need/All that puppy love was over in your late teens/Why you never hold your son and tell him, 'Say cheese?'/We coulda left the kids outta this, don't blame me"
  • "Your baby mama captions always screamin', 'Save me'/You did her dirty all her life, you tryna make peace/I heard that one of them little kids might be Dave Freeeeeeeeee's/Don't make it Dave Free's/’Cause if your GM is your BM secret BD/Then this is all making plenty f**kin' sense to me"

Drake Also Targets Rick Ross, The Weeknd and A$AP Rocky on "Family Matters"

Who's next on the list? Some of the "20-v-1." When the beat switches, Drake creates another murder scene by going at Rick Ross, The Weeknd, Future and A$AP Rocky.

  • "Weeknd music getting played in the spots where boys got a little more pride"
  • "Rakim talking s**t again/Gassed ’cause you hit my BM first/N***a, do the math, who I was hitting them/I ain't even know you rap still ’cause they only talking ’bout your fit again"
  • "Pluto s**t make me sick to my stomach, we ain't never really been through it"
  • "Body after f**king body and you know Rick reading my Miranda Rights"

The beat flips once again, and Drizzy redirects his aim back to Kendrick Lamar. He accuses K-Dot of beating his wife, among other allegations.

Drizzy brought the diss to his IG feed, posting promo for the record and also debuting a parody of Kendrick rapping on "Buried Alive Interlude." Drake impersonates K-Dot on the track, originally featured on the 6 God's Take Care album. "FAMILY MATTERS out on YouTube now," Drake wrote in the post, which can be seen below. "Stop trying to piece together what I know and go pick up the pieces of your broken home."

The 6 God's new diss comes after Kendrick tore into Drizzy for over six minutes straight on "Euphoria" by going in on The Boy's clothes, music and overall swagger. He insults Drizzy's "fairytale stories," biracial background and penchant for sleeping with unworthy women. Kendrick also name-drops Sexyy Red, Drake's friend Chubbs and Lil Yachty to cut Drake even more. The track arrived on April 30.

K-Dot then continued his relentless attack on Drizzy with "6:16 in LA," which he dropped three days later on May 3. Throughout the song, Kendrick continued to imply that he knew dark secrets about Drake, and claimed the 6 God had a mole inside his OVO camp.

"Are you finally ready to play have-you-ever? Let's see/Have you ever thought that OVO was workin' for me?" Kendrick raps.

Needless to say, Drake had a lot to respond to on "Family Matters."

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Drake Has Been Waiting to Battle Kendrick Lamar

Drake has been incredibly eager to battle Kendrick Lamar, and is very excited his wish is coming true, according to DJ Akademiks. The hip-hop blogger and streamer spoke about his relationship with Drizzy in a sit-down with Adam 22 and Trap Lore Ross on the Off the Record podcast on April 24.

"From what he’s told me, he’s been waiting for this for 10 years," Ak said. "He’s watched the pattern. He specifically told me, 'Yo, I’ve watched this guy do the same bait and switch every time. He drops a verse that people are hyped up about, that people are like, 'Oh, he’s coming at you.' I’m always ready to defend myself. I’m always ready to engage… and then he goes ghost and nothing happens.'"

Needless to say that didn't happen, as both Kendrick and Drake are now 10 toes down in this feud.

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Check out Drake's new Kendrick Lamar diss track "Family Matters" below.

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