Kendrick Lamar is an award-winning American rapper and songwriter. His innovative, thought-provoking lyrics and classic Hip-Hop sound have earned him worldwide critical acclaim, and he is notable for working closely with legendary producer Dr Dre.
The rapper goes in on the rapper during his full cypher, which aired last night.
As widely rumoured, Kendrick Lamar went in on Drake during his BET Hip-Hop Awards cypher, which aired in full on US television last night (15th October). The much-anticipated clip saw Kendrick take aim at Drake's 'Control' and fondness for wearing pyjamas.
"Nothing's been the same since they dropped 'Control'/ And tucked a sensitive rapper back in his pajama clothes," he rapped. "Your sh*t never penetrates/ Pin the tail on the donkey, boy you been a fake."
You can watch Kendrick Lamar's cypher below - warning it contains strong language that some people may find offensive.
Kendrick's two-minute rap formed part of Top Dawg Entertainment's cypher, with the rapper clearly standing out alongside his peers.
Other lyrics in his rap included: "I got my thumb on hip-hop/ And my foot in the back of your ass" and "I spilled blood on my apron cooking this up".