Drake Hits Back with “Taylor Made” Diss Track Amidst Kendrick Lamar Feud

Drake ain’t holding back in the ongoing rap tussle with Kendrick Lamar. Dropping another grenade in the lyrical warfare, he just unleashed “Taylor Made” fresh off the heels of Future and Metro Boomin‘s joint album, We Don’t Trust You.

Just when you thought the dust was settling after Drake’s “Push Ups” diss, he’s back at it again with “Taylor Made,” firing shots at Lamar without hesitation.

While you won’t find it on your favorite streaming platforms yet, Drake gave us a taste on Instagram, featuring some AI magic from Tupac Shakur and Snoop Dogg.

The digital Tupac kicks things off, giving props to Kendrick as the “West Coast savior,” but questioning his silence in the face of the ongoing beef. It’s like, “Yo, Kendrick, where you at? The spotlight’s on you, bro!”

Now, here’s the kicker – the title “Taylor Made” ain’t just random. It’s a nod to Taylor Swift, who dropped her latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, the same day. Drake’s throwing shade, suggesting Lamar might be strategically waiting to drop his comeback track to avoid clashing with Swift’s release.

So, buckle up, folks. This rap rollercoaster’s just getting started, and it’s about to get wilder.