Drake Unleashes Alleged Diss Track “Push Ups” Aimed at Lamar, Others

A potential diss track from Drake titled “Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50)” has leaked online, igniting speculation and sending shockwaves through the hip-hop world. This comes just days after J. Cole removed his own Lamar-directed diss track “7 Minute Drill” from streaming services.

The unconfirmed four-minute song features Drake firing lyrical shots at not only Kendrick Lamar but also Metro Boomin, Future, The Weeknd, and seemingly Top Dawg Entertainment as a whole. While the track’s authenticity remains unverified by Drake himself, a recent Kill Bill image posted to his social media adds fuel to the fire.

The lyrics appear to address past barbs thrown at Drake. He seemingly references Future’s “WE DON’T TRUST YOU” with the line, “I could never be nobody number one fan / Your first number one, I had to put it in your hand,” a possible jab at Future claiming Drake was his biggest supporter. He then turns his sights on Lamar, taking aim at his height with the diss, “How the f*ck you big steppin’ with a size seven men’s on?”

The track escalates as Drake criticizes Lamar’s perceived pandering to different audiences: “Maroon 5 need a verse, you better make it witty / Then we need a verse for the Swifties / Top say drop, you better drop and give ‘em fifty.”

Further lyrical jabs target other rappers. He seemingly dismisses Lamar’s standing amongst his peers with lines like, “Pipsqueak, pipe down / You ain’t in no Big Three, SZA got you wiped down / Travis got you wiped down, Savage got you wiped down.” He then goes on the offensive against Metro Boomin and The Weeknd with “Metro, shut your he ass up and make some drums, na” and “Cash blowin’ Abel bread, out here trickin’ (Out here trickin’) / Sht we do for btches he doin’ for n***as.”

The song concludes with a reference to J. Cole’s retraction of his diss track, suggesting a brewing conflict: “And that fckin’ song y’all got did not start the beef with us / This sht been brewin’ in a pot, now I’m heatin’ up / I don’t care what Cole think, that Dot sht was weak as fck / Champagne trippin’, he is not fckin’ easin’ up/ N**a calling Top to see if Top wanna peace it up.”

While the official release of “Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50)” remains uncertain, all signs point towards an imminent arrival, potentially sparking a fiery exchange within the hip-hop landscape.