Drake has dropped a new diss track aimed at Kendrick Lamar titled ‘The Heart Part 6’.

Today (May 6), Drake released ‘The Heart Part 6’, his fourth track in the ongoing rap feud between him and Kendrick Lamar. The track is a reference to Kendrick’s numerous ‘The Heart’ songs, and is also a response to Kendrick Lamar’s previous play on ‘6:16 in LA’.

On ‘The Heart Part 6’, Drake responds directly to Lamar’s claims on ‘Meet The Grahams’ and ‘Not Like Us’ that he is hiding an 11-year-old daughter. On the new release, Drake suggests that Lamar’s disses are based on false information fed to him by Drake’s team.

We plotted for a week and we fed you the information / A daughter that’s 11 years old, I bet he takes it,” he raps, referring to Kendrick’s lyrics on ‘Meet the Grahams’.

Drake continues: “You gotta learn to fact check things and be less impatient / Your fans are rejoicing thinkin’ this is my expiration / Even the picture you used, the jokes and the medication / The Maybach glove and the drug he uses for less inflation / Master manipulator, you bid on the speculation“.

In those bars, he addressed the cover art for Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Meet The Grahams’, which included a picture of items previously owned by Drake such as pills addressed to his legal name and literal receipts.


The feud stems from Lamar’s verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s ‘Like That‘ back in March. In the verse, he responded to J. Cole, who claimed “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 his guest spot on Drake’s track ‘First Person Shooter’.

Lamar fired at Cole and Drake on his ‘Like That’ verse: “Motherfuck the big three, n****, it’s just big me”. Cole would go on to respond with his own diss, ‘7 Minute Drill’, but later apologised for it and pulled it from streaming.

Drake fired back with two tracks ‘Push Ups’ and ‘Taylor Made Freestyle‘. Drake’s use of AI to emulate Tupac‘s vocals in the latter track led to the late rapper’s estate threatening legal action. He subsequently removed the diss from streaming. Lamar then responded with ‘Euphoria‘ on May 1, following it up quickly the following day with ‘6:16 in LA’.

Drake’s ‘The Heart Part 6’ is the latest salvo in the back-and-forth feud between the two rappers. Prior to this, Kendrick Lamar dropped ‘Not Like Us’ yesterday (May 5). The day before, both rappers released disses an hour apart from each other. Drake released ‘Family Matters’, and Lamar swiftly responded with ‘Meet The Grahams’.

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