Drake's Fiery Diss Track "Push Ups" Takes Aim at Hip-Hop Heavyweights

Drake's Fiery Diss Track "Push Ups" Takes Aim at Hip-Hop Heavyweights

In the latest bout of rap drama, Drake has unleashed a scathing diss track titled "Push Ups," targeting several notable names in the industry. The highly-anticipated song, initially leaked and later officially released, sees the 6 God firing shots at fellow artists including Kendrick Lamar, Future, Metro Boomin, The Weeknd, and Rick Ross.

In his lyrical onslaught, Drizzy directly responds to Kendrick Lamar, rapping, "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." He doesn't stop there, shifting his focus to Rick Ross, suggesting he might snatch Ross's significant other, adding a playful nod to Rick's age.

The song continues with Drake taking aim at The Weeknd, questioning the latter's claim to Toronto roots and calling out Future and Metro Boomin for their music's global reach versus their limited impact in the artist's home city.

This diss track is a response to Kendrick Lamar's verse on "Like That" and The Weeknd's jab on "All To Myself" from collaborative projects involving Future and Metro Boomin. The saga continues with added subliminal shots from other artists like J. Cole and A$AP Rocky.

With "Push Ups," Drake has once again ignited a rap feud that's sure to keep fans and critics buzzing.