EXCLUSIVE: Kendrick Lamar & Pusha T Record A JOINT Drake Diss Song!!

Lyndon Abioye |

If you thought that the Kendrick Lamar vs Drake beef was dying down – you are WRONG.

Media Take Out spoke to a VERY trusted insider who told us that over the weekend, Kendrick jumped into the booth, with one of Drake’s mortal enemies – rival rapper Pusha T.

A music industry insider told us, “Pusha and Kenrick linked up and are working on a new track against Drake.”

We’re told that Pusha already recorded his vocals, and now Kendrick and his team are working feverishly to release the track.

Given Kendrick’s frantic release schedule, Media take Out is told that it could be released as early as today.

PARIS, FRANCE – JANUARY 21: Pusha T wears bomber jacket, pants outside Sacai during the Menswear Fall/Winter 2024/2025 as part of Paris Fashion Week on January 21, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

Pusha T is an American rapper. He rose to prominence as one half of the Virginia-based hip hop duo Clipse, which he formed with his older brother No Malice. Mainly active from 1994 to 2010, the duo were discovered by Pharrell Williams and signed with his record label Star Trak Entertainment, an imprint of Arista Records to release three studio albums—Lord Willin’ (2002), Hell Hath No Fury (2006) and Til the Casket Drops (2009)—to mild commercial success. The former spawned the Billboard Hot 100-top 40 singles “Grindin'” and “When the Last Time”, for which they became best known.

After the duo disbanded in 2010, Thornton promptly pursued a solo career. He signed with Kanye West’s record label GOOD Music, an imprint of Def Jam Recordings following his work on West’s fifth album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010). He guest featured on West’s single “Runaway” in October of that year—which peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100—as well as his song “So Appalled” also from the album. He released two of his debut solo projects–Fear of God and Fear of God II: Let Us Pray—in 2011, prior to the release of his debut studio album, My Name Is My Name (2013). Met with critical and commercial success, it peaked at number four on the Billboard 200 and was followed by his second and third albums King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude (2015) and Daytona (2018), which peaked at numbers 20 and three on the chart respectively. His fourth album, It’s Almost Dry (2022) became his first to debut atop the Billboard 200.

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