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Drake Push Ups


Drake has a verse for everyone on his eagerly awaited diss album, “Push Ups.”

The four-minute song was polished and made its formal debut on Saturday, April 13, following an early leak that appeared online. The Weeknd, Metro Boomin, Rick Ross, Future, Kendrick Lamar, and The Weeknd are among the opponents that the Six God is now pursuing.

“Pipe squeak, pipe down / You ain’t in no Big Three / SZA got you wiped down / Travis got you wiped down / Savage got you wiped down / Like your label, boy, you in a scope right now,” Drizzy raps in response to Kendrick Lamar. Then, he turns his fury against Rozay.

“Can’t believe he jumping in, this nigga turning fifty / Every song that made it on the chart, he got from Drizzy” is a line from “I might take your latest girl and cuff her like I’m Ricky.”

In other places, the OVO boss goes against Future, Metro Boomin, and The Weeknd (“Claim the 6 and boys ain’t even come from it /And when you boys got rich you had to run from it / Cash blowing Abel bread, out here tricking / Shit we do for bitches he doing for niggas.”).

He goes on, “I’m out in Tokyo because I’m big in Japan. I could never be nobody number one fan. Your first number one had to put it in your hand. You pussies can’t get booked outside America for nan.” “Metro, shut yo hoe ass up and make some drums, nigga. I get more love in the city you’re from.”

“Push Ups” is a response to two tracks: Future and Metro Boomin’s We Still Don’t Trust You, which features a verse by Kendrick Lamar on “Like That,” and The Weeknd’s satire on “All To Myself” off the same album. More J.Cole and A$AP Rocky subliminals were inserted in the latter.




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