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Drake Takes Down Kendrick Lamar Diss After Authorized Risk From 2Pac Property




After posting “Taylor Made Freestyle” on social media final week, Drake has seemingly taken down the Kendrick Lamar diss observe, Billboard notes. The music, which included AI renderings of 2Pac and Snoop Dogg’s voices, was topic to a authorized letter from 2Pac’s property, which cited the “misappropriation and misuse of Tupac Shakur character rights.” The property, the letter famous, was “deeply dismayed and upset” by the unauthorized utilization, including that it was “a blatant abuse of the legacy of one of many best hip-hop artists of all time.” A Drake consultant declined to remark, and Drake gave no motive for the music’s elimination.

The letter additionally famous Lamar’s longstanding affinity with the late rapper, calling Lamar “an excellent good friend to the Property who has given nothing however respect to Tupac and his legacy publicly and privately.” In “Taylor Made Freestyle,” Drake had portrayed 2Pac egging on Lamar to answer his diss. “Kendrick, we’d like ya, the West Coast savior/Engraving your title in some hip-hop historical past,” the voice raps. “Fuck this Canadian light-skin, Dot/We want a no-debated West Coast victory, man.”

In his personal verse within the observe, Drake attracts Taylor Swift into the back-and-forth. “However now we gotta wait a fucking week ’trigger Taylor Swift is your new Prime,” he raps, referring to Anthony “Prime Dawg” Tiffith, the top of Lamar’s former label, Prime Dawg Leisure. “And for those who ’bout to drop, she gotta approve.”

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