Kendrick Lamar Drops Second Drake Diss with ‘6:16 in LA’

Kendrick Lamar has swiftly followed up his track “euphoria” with another Drake diss, titled “6:16 in LA,” just a few days later.

While “euphoria” served as a cautionary message to Drake, “6:16” takes a more strategic approach, evident in its title and sample choice. Kendrick, in a somewhat ironic twist, confesses his hesitance to engage in a verbal battle with Drake (“My confession is yours / But who am I if I don’t go to war?”) while also acknowledging his readiness if push comes to shove (“I’m sorry that I live a boring life, I love peace / But war-ready if the world is ready to see you bleed”). The rest of the song sees Kendrick advising Drake to focus on his own circle rather than targeting him.

Stay tuned folks. This is going to be interesting.