Drake Emoji-Reacts To Leaked Kendrick Lamar Alleged Response As Fans Debate Track’s Authenticity

Recently, there has been a lot of talk in the music industry about several diss tracks leaked online. One of these tracks is the demo version of Drake’s latest single, “Push Ups,” which was revealed on the same day the official version was released. Shortly after, a preview of Rick Ross’ diss track, “Champagne Moments,” was played on a DJ Akademiks live stream. Then, on April 15, a snippet of a Kendrick Lamar diss track surfaced online, only a minute and a half long. However, Drake was reportedly not impressed with what he heard.

The Kendrick Lamar diss track leak has sparked much debate, with some fans theorizing that the bars on the diss were not up to Lamar’s usual standard and may have been generated by an AI. Others, however, believe that Lamar’s response was not up to par. OVO Hush, a trusted member of Drake’s entourage, even posted the alleged Lamar diss on Instagram with a harsh caption, warning fans not to forget how “trash” it was as an AI. Drake himself responded to Hush’s post with a single crying emoji. Despite many attempts to determine the leak’s authenticity, there is still no clear answer. While some, such as Mal of the New Rory and Mal Podcast, are convinced that the leak is accurate, others, like Mickey Factz and DJ Dahi, believe the world has not heard an accurate Kendrick Lamar response. Dahi has even suggested that artists use Google authenticators to validate their involvement.

The untitled Kendrick Lamar diss track leak features a booming instrumental and bars aimed at both Drake and J. Cole. Lamar’s flow is less catchy than it was on “Like That,” the recurring flatline sound integrated into the beat gives the whole song a dramatic “I Need a Doctor” energy. Kendrick Lamar’s camp has not issued any statements regarding the leak, leaving fans to continue to speculate about its authenticity and the possibility of an accurate Kendrick Lamar response.

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