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SKG Crowns Kendrick Lamar King Amidst Drake Feud


Westcoast rapper SKG (Helecia Choyce) has shown her support for Kendrick Lamar in his ongoing feud with Drake. Taking to her Instagram, SKG posted a black and white picture of Kendrick Lamar, dubbing him the King and urging all Westcoast rappers to celebrate his prowess.

In an exclusive statement, SKG highlighted Kendrick’s ability to mentally dismantle Drake bar by bar, acknowledging Drake’s talent but emphasizing Kendrick’s lyrical prowess in the ongoing rap battle.


The feud between Kendrick Lamar and Drake escalated with the release of Lamar’s diss track “Euphoria,” which has quickly risen to the top of Spotify and Apple Music charts. This feud, which dates back over a decade, saw a shift in their relationship after Lamar’s verse on Big Sean’s “Control,” where he called out Drake among other rappers.

Fans have long speculated about subtle jabs exchanged between Lamar and Drake in their music, with the feud often revolving around the debate of who reigns supreme in today’s rap scene.

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