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Published on May 7th, 2024 | by XO


SKG Says Kendrick Lamar’s “Meet The Grahams” Diss Track: A Game-Changer in Rap Battles

In the world of hip-hop, few things stir up excitement like a good old-fashioned rap battle. And when two heavyweights like Kendrick Lamar and Drake enter the ring, the anticipation reaches fever pitch. Recently, Kendrick Lamar dropped a bombshell with his diss track “Meet The Grahams,” aimed squarely at Drake. The impact? Damaging to Drake’s image, according to rapper SKG.

LA rapper SKG, born Helecia Choyce, has been vocal on social media, throwing her support behind Kendrick Lamar in this rap battle. She sees Kendrick not just as an artist, but as a representative of the culture, of LA, and of the voiceless whose voices often get drowned out in the music industry.

Kendrick back to back diss records, Euphoria, 6:16 and Meet The Grahams, caught the rap world off guard with its arrival, sampling Al Green and delivering scathing lyrics aimed at Drake and his family. Kendrick accuses Drake of having traitors within his camp, leaking information to the opposition, and even drops names like Akademiks and Zack Bia, affiliates of Drake’s OVO crew.

For SKG, this battle isn’t just entertainment; it’s a pivotal moment in hip-hop history. She emphasizes the importance of this clash, with both artists firing lyrical missiles, but Kendrick displaying undeniable dominance with his wordplay and delivery.

The impact of Kendrick’s diss tracks hasn’t gone unnoticed. Topping both Apple and Spotify charts, Kendrick has shattered records with each release aimed at Drake. Fans are buzzing with excitement, labeling this battle as legendary and remarking on the privilege of witnessing such greatness unfold.

In the midst of this clash, one thing is certain: Kendrick Lamar’s “Meet The Grahams” has shifted the landscape of rap battles, leaving a lasting mark on the genre and cementing his place as one of the greatest wordsmiths of our time. As the dust settles, one can’t help but wonder what’s next in this epic saga of lyrical warfare.


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