Will Drake Drop '3 Peat' & Respond to Alleged Kendrick Lamar Disses?

Just when you thought Drake was solidifying his spot on the throne, Meek Mill finally added a new freestyle at his Camden show last night and Kendrick Lamar has allegedly dissed Drake on the new "Compton" album from Dr.

Dre. Drake has no choice but to release "3 Peat."

Last night Meek Mill dropped another freestyle citing Nicki Minaj as Drakes motivation in the beef and using Minaj to taunt Drake by saying he still wakes up to the woman Drake said he first admired.

Being honest this might be the best we've heard from Mill but it still doesn't stack up to Drake's "Back To Back." In order to put the entire thing to rest Drake doesn't seem to have any choice but to release the coveted "3 Peat' track that was rumored.

Meek Mill's Drake Diss At Camden

Now, Kendrick Lamar apparently wants in on the beef with Drake. It seems like everyone in Hip-Hop is gunning for Drake and Lamar is ready to defend his throne.

"Kendrick took another shot at Drake on the Jay Rock track 'Pay For It,'" according to Consequence of Sound.

"Been dissecting your motormouth until I break down the engine," he raps, "See my opponent then, cease your existence/ Endin' our friendship, baby, I'd rather die alone.

With the release of Dr. Dre's Compton comes several new bars from Kendrick, and at least a few of them seem to be about Drake."

On the "Darkside/Gone" track Lamar alludes to Drakes "Energy" by rapping, "But still I got enemies giving me energy I wanna fight now/ Subliminally sent to me all of this hate/ I thought I was holding the mic down," according to the report.

If that wasn't enough, COS also reported another diss on "Deep Water" where Lamar made a mockery of Drake's track "Started From Te Bottom" and his nickname "Six God." Both disses can be found on Dr. Dre's "Compton" album.

Drake's back isn't against the wall per say, that being said, it wouldn't hurt to give fans the lyrical beef they wanted all along. Let us know what you think about all of the beefs and subliminal disses.

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