Did Kendrick Lamar Send More Subliminals At Drake On Dr. Dre’s “Compton: A Soundtrack”?

(AllHipHop News) Drake dismantled Meek Mill in short order, but the Toronto native may have to answer another rapper’s verbal attacks. Dr. Dre’s new album Compton: A Soundtrack features appearances by Aftermath emcee Kendrick Lamar, and some of K. Dot’s bars have the Internet wondering if he was sending more shots toward Drizzy.

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Kendrick is featured on “Darkside/Gone” and “Deep Water” off Compton. “Darkside/Gone” includes the TDE representative mentioning enemies giving him energy. On his song “Energy,” Drake raps “I got enemies, got a lot of enemies. Got a lot of people tryna drain me of my energy.”

You scared of my heist now. But still I got enemies giving me energy. I wanna fight now. Subliminals sending me all of this hate. I thought I was holding the mic down.

– Kendrick, “Darkside/Gone”

On “Deep Water,” Kendrick can be heard saying, “They nominated six to carry him… the beef is on his breath.” Drake refers to himself as the “6 God.”

Once upon a time I shot a n*gga on accident. I tried to kill him, but I guess I needed more practice then. That’s when I realized banging wasn’t for everybody. Switch it up before my enemy or the sheriff got me.

They liable to bury him. They nominated six to carry him. They worry him to death but he no vegetarian. The beef is on his breath inheriting the drama better than a Great White. N*gga, this is life in my aquarium.

– Kendrick, “Deep Water”

Both Kendrick and Drake have been suspected of sending subliminal shots at each other over the past two years. The verbal jousting began after K. Dot challenged his peers on Big Sean’s “Control.” The below-the-radar battle supposedly continued on with Drake’s lines from “Sh!t (Remix)” and “Used To” as well as Kendrick’s contribution to “Pay For It.”

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52 Responses to “Did Kendrick Lamar Send More Subliminals At Drake On Dr. Dre’s “Compton: A Soundtrack”?”

  1. RichFromBX

    and yet people are always saying how white people are trying to keep the black community divided and at war with each other…why would they waste the time when black people do a good job of that already….

  2. SoulFul Epic

    KDot is not the type of brother to play with beefin …. We all remember Control … this brother is not someone the industry wants to beef with … but really doe, this article is bullsh*t, damn as a writer you have to come with it… let your talent lead you and not the bullsh*t.

  3. jacksjus

    I was to into the beats to even notice if he did.

    This album is barely West Coast but it still knocks. I think it’s more South/East Coast.

  4. Butch Magnus Milosevic

    All of you clowns who give Drake a pass for not writing his own rhymes should be shot… You clearly love this Canadian actor more than Hip Hop…

  5. Black Jay Supreme

    Now THIS is the battle I want to see! Drake would be Canadian bacon against Kendrick. But Drake’s a b*tch and won’t say sh*t on this. He’ll retire to his quarters in his silk pajamas and Jodeci collection and won’t come out.

  6. Isa Ibn Maryam

    Oh great just what the Hip Hop culture needs…a weirdo rapper and a machine backed soft ninja throwing subliminal shots.

  7. i'mreloaded!

    Did Kendrick send shots at Drake?……………. no. Nothing to see here. Honestly I wonder who would come out on top. Drakes mass popularity or Kendrick’s lyrical ability? Hmmmmmm

  8. RomeRebel

    Let’s not forget the subtle jabs that led up to one of the greatest battles in rap history (Nas vs JayZ). Memph Bleeks subtle lines, and Nas’s reply “you wana ball til’ you fall I can help you with that”…….so it could be

  9. Jay

    Seriously?? 6God? How about 6 pallbearers? That is the stupidest rationale for a supposed beef. No connection to Drake. But for the record, Kendrick would destroy Drake.

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