Kendrick Lamar’s “Like That” Diss Reportedly Boosts Sales Of Drake & J. Cole’s “First Person Shooter”

As of now, with eight months left in 2024, there is a possibility that Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Like That” might be the most unforgettable verse of the year. The way Kendrick Lamar delivered his aggressive rap was breathtaking, and it will remain a memorable piece for a long time to come. Especially with the direct reference Kendrick made to “First Person Shooter,” Ironically, “Like That” has now hit number one, just like “First Person Shooter” did when it was released. Both tracks are already immensely successful, but Lamar has further increased the success of Drake and J. Cole’s collaboration. Kendrick Lamar’s impact on “Like That” has solidified his position as one of the most influential rappers in the industry today. His ability to elevate a track with his unique style and lyrical prowess is truly unmatched.

Recently, Kurrco tweeted that Kendrick has boosted sales of the ‘For All The Dogs’ cut. According to Kurrco, “Drake’s ‘First Person Shooter’ ft. J. Cole saw a 15% increase in sales after being mentioned in ‘Like That’ by Future, Metro Boomin & Kendrick Lamar.” With the power and influence that Kendrick Lamar has, it’s no wonder that he can impact music sales in this way. Since the tweet, fans have been discussing and debating which track is better. Thanks to this new information, people are now debating whether “Like That” or “First Person Shooter” is the superior track. This could be another aspect of the ongoing beef for years to come, and hip-hop fans are excited to observe it.

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