Kendrick Lamar Soars, Leaves Drake Below

Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar Tops Charts with “Not Like Us”

In a striking chart performance, Kendrick Lamar’s latest single, “Not Like Us,” has soared to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. This marks his second chart-topping hit of 2024, following his earlier success with “Like That,” a collaboration with Future and Metro Boomin from the album We Don’t Trust You. “Not Like Us” becomes Lamar’s fourth No. 1 single, joining the ranks of 2017’s “Humble.” and 2015’s “Bad Blood.”

Continued Chart Presence Amidst Rivalry

Kendrick Lamar also saw success with his song “Euphoria,” which climbed to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Both “Not Like Us” and “Euphoria” serve as direct disses to Canadian rapper Drake, sparking a series of musical retorts between the two artists. Drake’s response, “Family Matters,” debuted at No. 7.

The Feud Fuels Further Releases

The ongoing feud between Lamar and Drake began with the release of “Like That” in late March. This has spurred a series of diss tracks from both artists, with Lamar releasing “Euphoria,” “6:16 in LA,” and “Meet the Grahams,” alongside the chart-topping “Not Like Us.” Drake’s contributions to the feud include tracks like “Push Ups,” “Taylor Made Freestyle,” and “The Heart Part 6.”

This intense rivalry has captivated fans and dominated recent music charts, highlighting the significant impact of their diss tracks. 

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