Fantano REACTION to "Family Matters" by Drake (KENDRICK LAMAR DISS)

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4 May 202428:17

Summary

TLDRThe transcript captures a lively discussion about Drake's new release 'Family Matters' amidst his ongoing rap feud with Kendrick Lamar. The speaker analyzes the track's content, noting its initial impact, musical coherence, and the personal jabs at Kendrick, including allegations of domestic violence and personal insecurities. They also touch upon the potential repercussions if the claims are proven false or if they escalate the situation further. The conversation highlights the anticipation of Kendrick's response and the impact of such public disputes on the artists' reputations, emphasizing the high stakes and the intense nature of their lyrical battle.

Takeaways

  • 🎧 The anticipation for Drake's potential release was high, with the speaker eagerly waiting and confirming its availability.
  • 📲 There was a mention of a text exchange with Kais Senat, indicating a possible inside source confirming to stay tuned for the release.
  • 🎵 The song 'Family Matters' by Drake was discussed in detail, with the speaker reacting to its content and speculating on its implications in the ongoing rap feud.
  • 🔥 The speaker highlighted that Drake's lyrics were aggressive and potentially damaging, especially the personal allegations made towards Kendrick Lamar.
  • ⏱ The length of Drake's track was considered excessive by the speaker, suggesting that the message could have been delivered more concisely.
  • 🎶 Criticism was directed at the musical quality of the track, with opinions expressed that it was not as cohesive as Kendrick's track 'Euphoria'.
  • 🤔 The speaker pondered over the necessity of Drake's references to other artists and whether it diluted the focus of his message.
  • 📉 There was an acknowledgement that Drake's public image has taken a hit recently, with personal issues becoming public, contrasting with Kendrick's more unscathed reputation.
  • 🚨 The speaker warned about the potential mutual destruction that could result from escalating the feud, suggesting it might not be a desirable outcome for either artist.
  • 👀 Mention of a poll on the chat, indicating audience engagement and a split in opinions on who was winning the feud.
  • 📸 Drake posted a cryptic image on his story, an owl looking at a red button, interpreted by the speaker as a sign of potential further action or response.

Q & A

  • What is the general sentiment towards Drake's new track 'Family Matters'?

    -The general sentiment is that 'Family Matters' started off strong but was perceived as bloated and less cohesive towards the end. It was noted for its personal and scathing content, which some listeners found to be quite impactful.

  • How does the speaker compare the musicality of Drake's 'Family Matters' to Kendrick Lamar's 'Euphoria'?

    -The speaker feels that 'Euphoria' was more musically solid and cohesive as a standalone song, whereas 'Family Matters' felt more lopsided and awkward in certain parts, despite having some clever wordplay and commentary.

  • What is the significance of the owl and red button image posted by Drake on his story?

    -The image of an owl looking at a red button signifies that Drake is hinting at having more to say or reveal, suggesting he has not yet 'pressed the button' or gone 'nuclear' with his response in the ongoing feud.

  • What is the speaker's opinion on the potential consequences of the escalating feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar?

    -The speaker expresses concern that the feud could result in mutually assured destruction for both artists, which might lead to an ugly outcome that neither party would be happy with in the long run.

  • How does the speaker view the claims and allegations made in Drake's track?

    -The speaker is cautious about the claims, emphasizing that the truth of the allegations matters greatly. If Drake's claims are false, it could backfire and damage his credibility. However, if the claims are true, they could be very damaging for Kendrick Lamar.

  • What is the speaker's take on the strategy of going personal in rap feuds, as demonstrated by both Drake and Kendrick Lamar?

    -The speaker acknowledges that going personal is a common strategy in rap feuds, but also highlights the risks, such as potential backlash if the claims are untrue or if the response escalates the situation too much.

  • What does the speaker suggest about the necessity of a response from Kendrick Lamar to Drake's 'Family Matters'?

    -The speaker believes that Kendrick Lamar has to respond to 'Family Matters' due to the personal nature of the allegations and the impact they could have if true, indicating that the track is worth responding to.

  • How does the speaker describe the flow and structure of Drake's 'Family Matters'?

    -The speaker describes the flow and structure as initially strong but dropping off in the second part, with the third section containing some of the most damning content, despite the flow and beat not being as strong.

  • What is the speaker's view on the potential for further escalation in the Drake and Kendrick Lamar feud?

    -The speaker suggests that the feud is likely to escalate further, as both artists have暗示了 (hinted at) having more to reveal and neither has gone 'all out' in their respective tracks.

  • What is the significance of the mention of 'New Ho King' in Kendrick Lamar's 'Euphoria'?

    -The mention of 'New Ho King' is significant as it is a restaurant referenced in the track, which could potentially be a point of contention or a topic of discussion in the ongoing feud.

  • What does the speaker think about the public's reaction to the feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar?

    -The speaker notes that the public reaction has been intense, with many viewing the feud as one of the most unhinged and insane events in recent hip-hop history.

Outlines

00:00

🎶 Drake's New Release and Listener Reactions

The speaker is discussing the anticipation and eventual release of a new song by Drake, titled 'Family Matters.' They mention that the song was expected to drop and speculate about its content, including references to other artists and potential controversies. The listener shares their immediate reactions to the song, noting the visual elements and the depth of the lyrics, which seem to carry multiple layers of meaning. The conversation also touches on the competitive nature of the hip-hop scene and the possibility of responses from other artists.

05:03

🎧 Critique of Drake's 'Family Matters'

The speaker provides a critique of Drake's song 'Family Matters,' discussing its musical and lyrical content. They mention that the song started strong but felt less cohesive towards the end. The critique also delves into the personal and potentially damaging allegations made in the song, suggesting that if true, they could have serious repercussions for the individuals involved. The speaker also talks about the strategy behind releasing such a song and the expectations for a response from Kendrick Lamar.

10:03

📉 The Impact of Personal Attacks in Hip-Hop

The discussion continues with an analysis of the impact that personal attacks have in the hip-hop community. The speaker considers the potential damage to reputations and the long-term effects of airing personal issues in public. They also mention the possibility of a counter-response from Kendrick and the implications of escalating the feud. The conversation includes speculation about the future of the feud and the potential for mutual destruction.

15:05

🚨 Drake's Allegations and Their Consequences

The speaker focuses on the serious allegations made by Drake in his song and the potential consequences if they are proven true. They discuss the importance of truth and evidence in such claims, emphasizing the risk of appearing dishonest if the allegations are unfounded. The conversation also touches on the idea of 'going nuclear' in a feud, suggesting that both Drake and Kendrick are holding back from revealing all their information.

20:13

🎵 Comparing Drake's and Kendrick's Recent Tracks

The speaker compares the recent tracks released by Drake and Kendrick, noting that while Kendrick's 'Euphoria' was musically solid, Drake's 'Family Matters' was a surprise in terms of its content. They discuss the personal nature of the lyrics and the potential for further escalation in the feud. The conversation also includes a mention of a teaser posted by Drake, hinting at more to come.

25:14

🔥 The Escalation of the Drake and Kendrick Feud

The speaker discusses the escalating feud between Drake and Kendrick, emphasizing the personal and potentially damaging nature of the allegations made in their songs. They consider the risks of making false claims and the importance of truth in such disputes. The conversation also touches on the idea of a 'nuclear' response and the expectation that Kendrick will have to respond to Drake's latest track.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Drake

Drake is a Canadian rapper, singer, and songwriter who is a central figure in the video's discussion. He is known for his chart-topping music and his recent release 'Family Matters,' which is a key point of analysis in the transcript. The video script discusses the content and implications of Drake's new music, particularly in relation to his ongoing feud with another artist, Kendrick Lamar.

💡Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar is an American rapper and songwriter who is mentioned in the context of a feud with Drake. The transcript discusses Kendrick's song 'Euphoria' and how it set the stage for Drake's response. The discussion revolves around the lyrical content and the personal nature of the disses exchanged between the two artists.

💡Dis Track

A dis track, short for 'diss track,' is a song in which an artist publicly criticizes or insults another artist. In the provided transcript, both Drake's 'Family Matters' and Kendrick's 'Euphoria' are discussed as dis tracks, with the analysis focusing on the lyrical content and the potential impact on the artists' public images.

💡Ghost Rider

In the context of the transcript, 'Ghost Rider' refers to a rumored collaborator or ghostwriter for Drake, who is speculated to have contributed to the lyrics of 'Family Matters.' The mention of Ghost Rider adds to the speculation and discussion around the authenticity and authorship of the lyrics in question.

💡Beef

Beef, in the context of hip-hop culture, refers to an ongoing rivalry or conflict between artists, often expressed through music. The transcript discusses the beef between Drake and Kendrick Lamar, analyzing the lyrics and the potential consequences of their public exchange of dis tracks.

💡Adidon

Adidon is a song by Pusha T that revealed personal information about Drake, including the existence of a son. In the transcript, the mention of 'Adidon' serves as an example of how personal information can be exposed through diss tracks, setting a precedent for the level of personal attacks that can occur in the feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar.

💡

💡Euphoria

Euphoria is a song by Kendrick Lamar that is discussed in the transcript as the initial dis track that prompted Drake's response with 'Family Matters.' The song is analyzed for its lyrical content, the personal nature of its attacks, and its role in escalating the feud between the two artists.

💡Family Matters

Family Matters is the title of Drake's dis track in response to Kendrick Lamar's 'Euphoria.' The transcript discusses the song's content, its impact on the ongoing feud, and the personal and potentially damaging allegations made within its lyrics.

💡Poll

In the context of the transcript, a poll refers to an online survey or vote, often used on social media platforms, to gauge public opinion. The mention of a poll indicates that the audience is being asked to vote on a matter related to the feud, such as which artist's dis track they prefer or find more effective.

💡Twitter

Twitter is a social media platform where the ongoing feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar is being discussed and where new developments in the feud are being shared. The transcript mentions Twitter as a source of updates and reactions to the dis tracks and the feud.

💡Cohesion

Cohesion, in the context of music, refers to how well the different elements of a song work together to create a unified and harmonious whole. The transcript discusses the musical cohesion of Drake's 'Family Matters' and contrasts it with Kendrick Lamar's 'Euphoria,' noting that the former was perceived as less cohesive.

Highlights

Drake might drop a new track tonight

The track is titled 'Family Matters' and has a runtime of seven minutes

Drake brings layers to the track and has messages to communicate

The track contains potentially damaging allegations about Kendrick Lamar

Drake accuses Kendrick of being fake woke and not caring about his real neighborhood

Drake makes claims about Kendrick's wife and self-esteem

The track's music is not as cohesive as Kendrick's 'Euphoria'

Drake's response is strong in the beginning but drops off in the second half

Drake saves some of the most damning content for the end of the track

Drake flips some colorist accusations back on Kendrick

Kendrick may have more to lose in terms of his public image

Drake's track, while musically messy, contains some clever wordplay and biting commentary

Drake posts a teaser on Instagram hinting at more to come

The beef between Drake and Kendrick has escalated to a personal level

Drake's response was necessary as Kendrick's 'Euphoria' track was also personal

The outcome of this feud could potentially damage both artists' careers

Kendrick may need to respond to Drake's allegations with evidence

Drake's track is a significant response that Kendrick cannot ignore

Transcripts

00:00

oh [ __ ] what Drake uh is

00:05

seriously might drop tonight okay I

00:09

listen I believe everybody did it drop

00:11

is it is it on is it on streaming no he

00:14

texted uh kais um kais senat yeah kais

00:19

senat and he said stay on stream okay

00:21

here we go Family

00:23

Matters I got it queued up seven seven

00:27

minutes oh my God Seven minutes oh no

00:31

Drake has something to say oh no Drake

00:35

has things no no no Drake and his Ghost

00:38

Riders have something still Drake has

00:41

messages to communicate all right let's

00:44

give it a spin Drake Family

00:46

Matters

00:53

boom trying to keep it if you had [ __ ]

00:57

y you know who really paperwor that [ __ ]

01:03

[Music]

01:05

oh no what you needed to see this visual

01:08

over here you didn't see he's [ __ ]

01:11

forklifting the good kid Mad City van

01:15

he's [ __ ] for he's going to [ __ ]

01:17

throw this [ __ ] in the trash compactor

01:19

oh my God he's F he's [ __ ] throwing

01:21

this [ __ ] the the layers Drake is

01:24

bringing layers he's going to [ __ ]

01:27

trash compactor this [ __ ] holy [ __ ]

01:30

[ __ ] [ __ ] oh my God

01:34

brutality you're acting like an activist

01:37

is make belie but you won't go back to

01:40

your hood and plant no money trees holy

01:43

[ __ ] [ __ ] oh

01:46

[ __ ] oh [ __ ] what Ghost Rider came up

01:49

with that line I I don't know but it's

01:51

it's listen it's it's it I listen I

01:55

don't care if it's a Ghost Rider like I

01:57

mean I do care in on some level but

02:01

simultaneously st stop I'm talking I'm

02:04

talking what matters is if it stings

02:07

what matters is if it stings and it

02:10

might It Might Sting If it stings it's

02:12

[ __ ] up if it still stings it doesn't

02:13

matter if it stings it

02:15

stings if it's a stinger it's a stinger

02:18

but I I I I think I think Kendrick can

02:20

respond we'll see we'll see we're only a

02:22

minute in we're only a minute

02:24

in say pleas mix Queen and hit vanilla

02:28

cream selfesteem

02:33

oh

02:35

no he's get oh my [ __ ] god he's going

02:38

to he's going to the seventh circle of

02:40

[ __ ] hell holy [ __ ] [ __ ] personal

02:42

with it he's going to the seventh

02:44

[ __ ] circle of [ __ ] hell holy [ __ ]

02:47

holy

02:57

[ __ ] oh no not him sounding like he's

02:59

he's trying not to laugh he's sounding

03:02

like he's trying not to [ __ ] laugh

03:05

holy

03:10

[ __ ] with the sexy red interpolation

03:13

with the sexy red and and where the

03:16

visual is still going the van is now in

03:17

the trash compactor they're going to

03:19

crush that

03:23

[ __ ] I know nigg say

03:30

beat switch in yeah take this [ __ ]

03:32

seriously it's it's getting serious now

03:35

we're getting more serious okay take

03:37

Serious

03:45

[ __ ] good kid Mad City tears running down

03:47

my laughing at let me get a for a [ __ ]

03:51

made me sick to my stach it two

03:57

separate part three

04:00

part three okay let's keep going let's

04:05

keep

04:07

[Music]

04:12

going okay wait hold on a second do do

04:15

we know he called the Tupac estate I

04:18

that sort of seems like the kind of

04:19

thing that you would get called out for

04:21

regardless that's why you dropped it on

04:22

a Friday so you could have the track up

04:24

for the

04:26

weekend uh okay

04:31

oh that me he's talking about

04:33

[Laughter]

04:36

me the

04:38

boy you get it we got it when you put

04:41

your hands on your girl is selfdefense

04:43

she bigger than you your wife I'm

04:45

guessing this wedding Ain happening

04:46

right [ __ ] it'sing sense nothing saying

04:50

me right I get that's calling it right

04:58

de accus ations of domestic violence

05:03

domestic violence accusations bro I I

05:06

don't want to hear like oh it went on

05:08

for seven minutes he didn't say not to

05:10

say that that's such [ __ ] that's

05:12

such [ __ ] don't just say oh he

05:15

didn't say nothing for seven minutes he

05:17

didn't say anything for seven all

05:19

minutes that's not true that's not true

05:21

oh CH who won this round chats oh wow

05:25

good good poll good poll idea thank you

05:28

um

05:30

that's a that's a good compliment that

05:33

you're welcome you're welcome thank you

05:35

much need um look I'll say

05:39

musically not as cohesive as Euphoria

05:43

especially on that back end like that

05:45

flow and that beat switch was trash and

05:48

while I didn't think the switch up in

05:50

the second part was the worst the

05:53

momentum was brought down and look I

05:55

mean I need to go back over it but at

05:57

least on first listen on first

05:59

impression

06:01

the density of stinging bars regardless

06:04

of who who wrote them I could have wrote

06:06

them maybe I was writing those bars

06:08

maybe I'm a drake Ghost Rider you don't

06:12

know the the ratio of bars that were

06:14

actually kind of sticking to to filler

06:17

or even stuff that was like geared

06:19

toward other people I'm surprised he

06:20

even spent any time talking about Ross

06:22

on this track Like to me that kind of

06:26

watered it down a little bit more than

06:28

it needed to yeah you know I mean I feel

06:30

like kind of at at this point at this

06:33

date especially with two tracks thank

06:36

you especially with two tracks in your

06:38

face now right now like kind of going

06:41

back to the Ross thing the Metro thing

06:43

the AEL thing it it's it's just dividing

06:46

too much yeah you know right now there's

06:48

one guy in your face and he's going

06:51

crazy he's writing multiple songs about

06:53

you and you know as as as deadly in his

06:57

mic drop level

07:00

as uh some of the stuff he was saying on

07:02

this track is I I just don't know if um

07:06

you know kind of framing this as like

07:09

I'm done you're dead it's over I'm going

07:12

on vacation now is like the best move

07:17

because especially given some of the

07:19

stuff that's been said here no way

07:21

Kendrick's not saying anything yeah like

07:24

no way he's not responding yeah and do I

07:26

really think Drake has the fortitude or

07:29

the ability to like not I mean you know

07:33

for sure he'll drop another movie clip

07:35

you know but like to literally say

07:36

nothing have no song no response no

07:38

nothing if Kendrick drops another full

07:40

track which I'm sure he probably will

07:43

I'm sure he probably will um so again

07:48

anyway uh the track started off really

07:50

strong dropped off a little bit in the

07:53

second bit which again I think he was

07:54

dividing his attention a little bit too

07:56

much there um and then musically it like

07:58

really went in the [ __ ] toilet in the

08:00

third section but in the third section

08:02

is when he said some of the most damning

08:03

[ __ ] yeah he really saved some of the

08:05

most damning content for last at the

08:08

very at the very finish even though he

08:10

[ __ ] up the flow and the

08:12

beat you know I I think I think going

08:15

longer than even Kendrick did and

08:17

Kendrick took a big risk going as long

08:19

as he did you know but I think going

08:21

even longer than Kendrick did didn't

08:23

necessarily yield better results per se

08:27

I think a lot of what he was saying

08:29

probably could have stung and hit a lot

08:30

harder if he just condensed it down and

08:32

just kind of kept it uh just simply to

08:35

Kendrick but like with that being said

08:38

um the claims of him being fake woke not

08:43

actually caring about his real

08:46

neighborhood moving out of there um the

08:50

stuff he was saying about his wife him

08:52

having to sleep with white women to get

08:55

his self-esteem up and so on and so

08:57

forth um you know know Drake also kind

09:00

of

09:01

flipping uh you know some of the uh

09:04

colorist stuff on Kendrick and just be

09:06

like you know hey like you know what if

09:08

our kids who are mixed played together

09:10

you know would you be afraid to be seen

09:12

with somebody who's blacker than you

09:13

it's like you know some of these lines I

09:15

imagine on some level they have to sting

09:17

you know yeah um and and you know I did

09:20

think on some level like if Drake was

09:21

going to come back um and and sort of uh

09:25

you know make any effective punches at

09:27

Kendrick I thought it you know some of

09:29

his lines would probably take on the

09:30

tone of like a bit of a a pot calling

09:32

the kettle black kind of thing or kind

09:34

of like illustrating that there's not

09:37

that much separation between you and me

09:41

and you're making it out to be so that

09:42

it seems like you're more valid in your

09:44

arguments than you actually are um but

09:48

you know um if any of that domestic

09:52

violence stuff that he was saying is is

09:54

true if any of that stuff actually like

09:56

kind of comes out or or surfaces that's

09:58

going to be damning his f

10:00

yeah like even even more damning than

10:03

being revealed that you have a kid you

10:06

know um now you know with that being

10:08

said I don't think this track is like

10:11

impossible to respond to especially with

10:14

it being as uh musically a mess as it is

10:19

um but with that being said like there's

10:22

there's some embarrassing stuff on here

10:24

and like I said uh if any of it's true

10:26

or most of it's true even half of it's

10:28

true uh like I said um on the NFR stream

10:31

that we did not too long ago um uh

10:35

Kendrick I think has a little more on

10:37

the line than Drake in terms of the

10:41

squeaky clean presentation of His Image

10:43

publicly right now you know Drake has

10:47

his image his public Persona you know

10:49

personal things about him have been

10:51

dragged out of the closet have been run

10:53

through the mud uh you know the guy's

10:57

really been through the ringer and you

10:58

could on whether or not he deserves it

11:00

but the guy's really been through the

11:01

ringer in terms of like you know a whole

11:04

variety of different things about him uh

11:07

that that that that have been exposed

11:09

you know whereas like Kendrick not as

11:11

many personal you know not not as many

11:13

skeletons have been pulled out of

11:14

Kendrick's closet over the years uh the

11:16

the ones that mostly have been are ones

11:18

that he's been happy to sort of share

11:19

out there in his own music um so uh you

11:24

know um look I I'll I'll say this

11:26

musically I don't think it was as

11:28

cohesive as the Kendrick track uh as

11:31

just as a just as a standalone song I

11:33

didn't enjoy it as much it kind of just

11:35

felt like three songs which is kind of

11:37

funny because obviously there's three

11:38

separate sections of the Kendrick track

11:40

but it kind of flowed really cohesively

11:43

um this uh was a lot more lopsided and

11:47

awkward in certain points and Pockets uh

11:50

but Drake had a lot to say and some of

11:51

the best stuff that he had to say in my

11:53

opinion frankly content-wise uh was

11:56

pretty deadly and there were some you

11:59

know clever uh flips you know and and

12:02

little pieces of uh word play here and

12:05

there but it's Drake he's obviously not

12:07

gonna dive into that as much as Kendrick

12:10

is um with Drake because he's operating

12:13

on a certain level his fans expect a

12:15

certain kind of tone and and writing

12:17

style uh a lot of what you see is what

12:19

you get you know um but uh uh it's it's

12:24

an interesting response uh Alec any

12:26

thoughts uh so far um no I mostly agree

12:30

with you I think cohesively um I like

12:33

the Kendrick stuff a little bit better

12:35

than the Drake stuff um but that's just

12:37

kind of my personal bias I I do think

12:40

you

12:41

know like does it need to be seven

12:44

minutes probably not honestly he

12:47

probably could have just Chopped all

12:48

closer to the microphone sorry he could

12:50

prob probably could have uh um chopped

12:52

up all three and uh I think maybe like

12:55

you know done like a mini dis EP is that

12:58

sound crazy first off get rid of the

13:01

pole there's a poll still on the screen

13:02

okay um maybe a a mini disc EP come on

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it it would be bloated yeah it would be

13:09

bloated wait wa wait wa wait Drake

13:11

dropped another song on IG no [ __ ]

13:15

wet are you [ __ ] kidding me he didn't

13:17

even give this one time to breathe

13:20

didn't even give this one time to

13:22

breathe are you

13:24

serious I think I got it

13:27

here a [ __ ] to me

13:30

why does he sound kind of like 2012

13:33

kendri I I think this is just a promo I

13:35

think this is just a promo you see what

13:38

I'm saying what is it he kind of sounds

13:40

like 2012

13:43

Kendrick trying to catch a feel like

13:46

Twitter your reply come true C this is

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where you

13:50

die okay so that just kind of seems like

13:52

a little teaser yeah you know still

13:56

still pretty nasty still pretty

13:59

nasty uh we have not reviewed the Dual

14:02

we we stopped listening to new albums

14:04

and everything because this happened

14:06

because this happened because this

14:08

happened all right um so with that being

14:12

said have have have we heard everything

14:14

have we heard everything now we listen

14:16

to the song on YouTube we listen to that

14:20

have we heard all the things if there

14:22

are any other things to listen to tell

14:25

me what it is and where it is

14:32

Play

14:34

tab start to

14:36

finish okay all right I think I think

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we've heard everything

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um uh again for those of you who are

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just now arriving I I don't know what

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else to necessarily add to everything

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that we just we just said I mean uh look

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I think the Drake track was a little

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bloated uh started off off high in terms

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of energy and focus and intensity and

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really kind of dropped off over time but

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with that being said um saying is what

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is it started from the bottom stop stop

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stop literally not what I'm saying stop

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um uh but with that being said there

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were some super scathing bars and

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allegations on the track that were

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honestly pretty deadly and uh if you

15:25

know especially the last bit having to

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do with his significant other if any of

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that stuff is true that's going

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to be pretty harsh of a reality for

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Kendrick to deal with being kind of like

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put out there into the world um but you

15:39

know if Drake is bullshitting Kendrick

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could call his bluff and if that's true

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um that could uh you know also uh be

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pretty embarrassing for Jersey as well I

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guess we'll have to see um but uh you

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know it's a it's and I I I think it's a

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musically it's not a great response but

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in terms of spilling you know spilling

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tea pulling skeletons out of the closet

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and flipping a few things back on

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Kendrick and uh you know being as on his

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lyrical game as Drake can be because

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he's he's not the the quintuple anandra

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guy yeah um you know the response was uh

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was not too

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bad look what Drake posted on his story

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oh God what did Drake post on his story

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what what did what did Drake post on his

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story it's

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D Drake's Drake's got a story he has a

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story what's what's his story I i' I've

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seen I've seen these story posts already

16:36

the caution tape everything is there

16:38

something new oh there's a new story

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post

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uh it's a photo of an owl okay all right

16:46

this this is this is uh ominous a

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picture of an owl it's a picture of an

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owl looking at a red

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button it's picture of an owl it's

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looking it's looking at a red button I

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mean it's

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there you

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go he he still hasn't pressed it yet

17:03

he's saying he's saying I could still

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put out things I could still say things

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there are things I could still say so

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which which I think is is the position

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both him and Kendrick took in both of

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their responses there are still things I

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haven't totally gone nuclear yet yeah

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and and again I think given everything

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Drake said on this

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um uh Kendrick has to respond yeah

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Kendrick has to respond and I think

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already planned to respond you know I I

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think he didn't put everything into the

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track I don't think he put everything in

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Euphoria he was trying to put out there

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so I mean that's why he partially

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released today you know it's it look I'm

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gonna say this I'm gonna say this

17:45

like you know I I I know we're all

17:47

having fun and reacting to this and it's

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crazy and it's insane and it's just like

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so over the top it's like next level

17:53

it's like you know the most people are

17:54

saying that Kendrick dropped on Twitter

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oh we we'll you know check it out check

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it out it's it's like the most unhinged

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insane thing that uh you know we we

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we've witnessed in this era of hip-hop