Kendrick Lamar Unveils New Verse in Drake Diss At Concert, Performs Track Five Times

Los Angeles: Kendrick Lamar hosted a star-studded concert in Los Angeles’ Kia Forum on Wednesday, intended as a show of unity for the West Coast rap fraternity.

More than 20 musicians made guest appearances, including Dr Dre, Roddy Ricch, Ty Dolla $ign, Tyler The Creator and Steve Lacy.

But the highlight of the night was the live debut of Lamar’s song Not Like Us – an eviscerating take-down of Canadian star Drake, which brought their long-running feud to a decisive end last month.

Encouraged by the crowd, Lamar played the song five times, with each performance more explosive than the last.

Lamar set the stage ablaze at his “Pop Out” concert in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. He kicked off the event with the Drake diss “Euphoria,” debuting a fresh verse.

“Give me Tupac’s ring back and I might give you a little respect.”

This line references a ring once owned by Tupac Shakur, acquired at auction by an anonymous buyer later revealed to be Drake. This new verse adds another layer to the fierce lyrical exchanges between these two rap titans, a battle widely seen as dominated by Lamar (it was more of a one-sided massacre). The feud reached a turning point when intruders attempted to break into Drake’s Toronto residence, signaling a cooling off, though it may not be over yet.

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