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Pop Diss Craze Trends as Artists Keep Battling Bars for Bars

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By Jerry Walters - - 5 Mins Read
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The hip-hop world has long been a battleground where lyrical warfare is not just expected but celebrated. 

Get ready for a showdown! Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Drake, and Rick Ross just dropped some fire diss tracks that have the rap world buzzing. 

With bangers like "Like That," "7 Minute Drill," and "Champagne Moments," fans are on the edge of their seats. It’s like watching your favorite rappers duke it out in a battle of wits and rhymes.

And guess what? There’s more to come. The buzz about future tracks and clapbacks is through the roof, and it’s sure to shake up the rap game big time. So, come check it out.

Drake's "First Person Shooter" Ignites the Diss Track Firestorm


Drake's latest hit, "First Person Shooter," from his album "For All the Dogs," featuring J. Cole, might just be the spark that set off this epic rap battle.

In the track, J. Cole boasts about being part of the rap elite, dubbing himself, Drake, and Kendrick Lamar the "Big 3."

J. Cole doesn't hold back, declaring, "Love when they argue the hardest MC/Is it K-Dot? Is it Aubrey? Or me?/We the Big 3 like we started a league, but right now, I feel like Muhammad Ali." It's clear he's ready to rumble and isn't pulling any punches.

Kendrick Lamar Reacts Back Hard on "Like That"


Kendrick Lamar came swinging with a vengeance in his verse on Future and Metro Boomin's track "Like That" from the album "We Don't Trust You."

Kendrick crushes any talk of the "Big 3," declaring it all about him with a fiery, "Muthafk the Big 3, na, it's just big me, n***a, bum." He doesn't stop there; he goes straight for Drake with some clever lines that cut deep.

Kendrick warns, "Fore all your dogs gettin' buried/That's a K with all these nines, he gon' see Pet Sematary." Looks like Kendrick's not just in the game; he's trying to dominate it.

J. Cole Hits Pause on "7 Minute Drill"


While everyone was on the edge of their seats waiting for Drake’s comeback, J. Cole dropped "7 Minute Drill" aimed at Kendrick.

But plot twist—just two days later at his Dreamville Festival, Cole hit the brakes, calling the track "lame" and yanked it from his "Might Delete Later" project. Yep, he deleted it. Fans are split; some are scratching their heads wondering about Cole's next move, while others think he's stepping back to let Drake light up the stage.

Drake Throws Punchlines Like Confetti


Speaking of Drake, he didn’t just step up—he stormed the stage with his own bombshell track, "Push Ups." Though it’s not officially out yet, the leaks are in, and they're fiery.

Drake’s not playing nice, calling out everyone from Kendrick to The Weeknd, and even poking fun at Rick Ross’ age. If diss tracks were a sport, Drake’s aiming for gold.

Rick Ross Claps Back with "Champagne Moments"


While we were all waiting for Kendrick's reply, Rick Ross decided it was his turn to stir the pot with "Champagne Moments."

Talk about quick—Ross's track might just set records for the fastest clap-back in history.

In a spicy outro, he spreads a juicy rumor about Drake's nose job and throws in a bit about unfollowing him on Instagram over some behind-the-scenes drama with French Montana. Ross is definitely not holding back.

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Megan Thee Stallion vs. Nicki Minaj: The Ladies Take the Mic


Before the guys started their rap battle, Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj had already caused a stir.

In January 2024, Megan's "Hiss" seemed to sneak a jab at Nicki's husband, sparking some serious shade from Nicki in her response track "Big Foot," which is a nod to Megan’s past incident with Tory Lanez.

Nicki’s lines were sharp, but Megan’s track still climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.