Kendrick Lamar’s Latest Hit ‘Not Like Us’ Shatters Drake’s Record to Claim the Throne

Kendrick Lamar has once again proven his dominance over Drake with his latest diss track, “Not Like Us,” breaking yet another one of the Toronto rapper’s records. According to ChartData, this groundbreaking track has shattered the all-time record for the biggest single day streams for a solo Hip Hop song. As of now, the track has amassed over 11.85 million streams, surpassing the previous record held by Drake’s “Champagne Dreams.”

Just two days prior, the same outlet reported that Kendrick Lamar’s latest attacks aimed at his adversary broke the all-time record for the biggest single day streams of a Hip Hop song in US Spotify history. At that time, “Not Like Us” surpassed Drake and Lil Baby’s hit “Girls Like Girls,” which previously held the record with 6.593 million streams in a day. This means that Kendrick’s track earned over 5 million streams in just two days, averaging about 2.5 million streams each day.

“Not Like Us” doubles down on Kendrick’s previous claims about Drake’s alleged preferences and actions. The Compton rapper’s lyrics call out Drake for supposedly liking younger individuals and even suggest that he had relationships with Lil Wayne’s girlfriends while the Young Money rapper was incarcerated on a gun charge in New York.

In addition to the controversial lyrics, Kendrick also used Drake’s Toronto home on the cover art of the track, with tags implying that its residents are registered sex offenders. The diss track stirs the pot further by alleging that Drake got Lil Wayne’s face tattooed on himself as an apology for his actions.

Prior to “Not Like Us,” Kendrick escalated the rivalry with Drake by releasing “6:16 in LA” and “euphoria.” The former track suggests that individuals within Drake’s own team are working against him, leaking information to his enemies and praying for his downfall.

In response, Drake released a seven-plus minute track with a music video showing a 1996 Chrysler Town & Country (the same car model displayed on the cover art of Kendrick’s “good kid, m.A.A.d city” deluxe edition) being crushed in a junkyard. The track accuses Kendrick of domestic violence, insincere racial activism, and other controversial topics.

Less than an hour after Drake’s response, Kendrick dropped “meet the grahams,” a six-and-a-half-minute rebuttal addressing each member of Drake’s family by name. The diss track continues the ongoing feud between the two Hip Hop heavyweights, with fans eagerly awaiting the next move from both artists.

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