"Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50)": Drake's alleged leaked diss track aimed at Kendrick Lamar

Drake raps: “Pipsqueak, pipe down, you ain’t in no big three”

Pop Culture & Art April 14, 2024

Drake may have released a new song in response to Kendrick Lamar's lyrics about him and J Cole on Future and Metro Boomin's album "We Don't Trust You." However, there's been no official confirmation from Drake.

The song "Push Ups (Drop and Give Me 50)" started to spread online on Saturday, April 13. Some fans speculate that the track is AI-generated.

Power 105, a radio station in New York, said the song is real and shared the track with artwork showing Lamar doing push-ups.


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After a long day of internet chatter, Drake seemingly confirmed the track’s legitimacy. He posted a picture on Instagram of Uma Thurman from "Kill Bill," with a sword and attackers around her.

Image courtesy: champagnepapi via Instagram

Image courtesy: champagnepapi via Instagram

Not only Power 105 but its parent company iHeartRadio, the country’s largest radio network, has posted the song, supporting its authenticity.

In the song, Drake talks about Lamar's height, saying, “You won’t never take no chain off of us/How the fuck you been steppin’ with a size 7 mens on?” Toward the end of the track, he also refers to him as a “m****t.”

He also talks about Lamar working with pop stars like Maroon 5 and Taylor Swift,““Maroon 5 need a verse you better make it witty/You only need a verse for the Swiftie/Top say drop and give ‘em 50.”

Taking on Lamar's claim about being one of hip-hop's top three, Drake raps: “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.”

Drake also mentions J Cole again, saying, “And that fuckin’ song y’all got is not starting beef with us / This shit brewin’ in a pot, now I’m heating up / I don’t care what Cole think, that Dot shit was weak as fuck.”

Drake (pictured right) recently toured with J. Cole (pictured left) for his “Its All a Blur” earlier this year (image courtesy: Wire Image).

Drake (pictured right) recently toured with J. Cole (pictured left) for his “Its All a Blur” tour earlier this year (image courtesy: Wire Image).

He doesn’t stop there. Drake also calls out Future and Metro Boomin from "Like That."

He raps, “I can never be nobody Number One fan/You’re first Number One I had to put in your hand” answering Future's line “You a nigga Number One fan, dog” from“We Don’t Trust You.”

Drake had a message for producer Metro Boomin, too: “Metro, shut yo ho ass up and make some drums.”

The feud began with J. Cole's song "First Person Shooter," where he, Drake, and Lamar were called "the big three": “Love when they argue the hardest MC / Is it K. Dot? Is it Aubrey? Or me? / We the big three, like we started a league.”

On March 25, Lamar responded to Drake and Cole in "Like That."

Lamar's verse directly challenged Drake and Cole, saying, “Yeah, get up with me, f**k sneak dissing/ 'First Person Shooter,' I hope they came with three switches,” and “Motherfuck the big three, N***a, it’s just big me.”



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