This past Summer, reigning “King of Hip-Hop” Kendrick Lamar made headlines when he dropped a verse on Big Sean‘s “Control” single by name dropping several recording artists including Eminem, Drake, Jay-Z and more.
Drizzy however made it clear that he has no plans on working with Lamar in the future because of the diss track. “He’ll be alright, even if his [next album] doesn’t feature any of the names he mentioned, which is probably won’t,” he said during a radio interview. “I’m not really into doing a record with him now.”
After getting a hold of the interview, Lamar fired back during the TDE Cypher at the BET Hip-Hop Awards:
“… And nothing’s been the same since they dropped “Control”. And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his pajama clothes. Ha, Ha, jokes on you. High Five (high fives Schoolboy Q) I’m bulletproof, your shot’s will never penetrate. Pin a the tail on the donkey boy. You’ve been a fake. I got my thumb on hip-hop and my foot in the back of your ass. Aftermath get the last laugh.”
Now Lamar is giving his thoughts on Drizzy’s chart topping album, “Nothing Was The Same” during a sit down with Power 105.1 at this past weekend’s Powerhouse concert at the Barclay’s Center in New York.
When asked about his feud with Drake, he responded with: “I got nothing against Drake. He put out a great album again, and he’s doing his thing, and he brought in a new generation to this music.”
Watch the interview below: