Kendrick Lamar Drops Fourth Drake Diss, “Not Like Us,” Produced By Mustard

Kung Fu Kenny is keeping his foot on Drake‘s neck, dropping his fourth diss towards the Toronto kid with Saturday’s (May 4) “Not Like Us.”

The new Kendrick Lamar track is produced by West Coast producer Mustard, and features K. Dot labeling OVO members and associates “pedophiles” and insisting Drake has a penchant for young women, rapping, “Say Drake, I hear you like ’em young, You better not ever go to cell block one, To any bi**h that talk to him and layin’ love, Just make sure you hide your little sister from ’em.”

He later asks of the 6 God, “Why he trollin’ like a bi**h? Ain’t you tired?, Tryna strike a chord and it’s probably A-Minor.”

Lamar also attacks Drizzy’s circle, naming Travis “Baka Not Nice” Savoury, a former OVO security guard who was arrested in 2014 for assaulting a 22-year-old woman. He also faced additional charges of procuring prostitution and human trafficking, but those were dropped.

PartyNextDoor also catches a stray, as does OVO Chubbs before Kendrick rallies the City of Oakland to press Drake over using 2Pac’s A.I. vocals on “Taylor Made Freestyle.” He also warns Drake not to disrespect Serena Williams, one of Drizzy’s ex-girlfriends and K. Dot’s fellow Compton native.

Kendrick also accuses Drake of using their peers for his own gain, saying he isn’t a colleague, but rather a colonizer. He also leads a call-and-response chant of “OV-Hoe” and calls Drizzy a “freaky-ass ni**a.” Check it out below.

“Not Like Us” follows Kendrick dropping “Meet The Grahams” late Friday night, just 45 minutes after Drake released his third K. Dot diss, “Family Matters.” It also follows Kendrick’s “Euphoria” and “6:16 In LA.”

Both records found the men taking personal shots at the other, with Kendrick insinuating that Drake has an inappropriate relationship with young women and is hiding an 11-year-old daughter, while Drake accused the California kid of being abusive to his partner, Whitney.