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Fans think Kendrick Lamar did to Drake what Eminem did to MGK after hearing new Drake verse




Drake has contributed a verse to “Wah Gwan Delilah,” a new Toronto-themed remix of “Hey There Delilah” by rapper who goes by the name of Snowd4y.

Arriving on the tails of Drake’s highly-publicized rap feud with Kendrick Lamar, his “Wah Gwan Delilah” verse sees him cheekily re-imagine the lyrics of the Plain White T’s classic with Toronto lingo and a healthy layer of auto-tune, though in all honesty, the feature sounds like it could really go either way on being AI or not.

For his part, Snowd4y — who provides most of the vocals for the remix — has been teasing Drake’s involvement on social media for weeks, sharing videos of him revealing the feature to friends. Drake’s recent feud with Lamar had been simmering for some time, but came to a head this past April when the two artists began releasing back-and-forth diss tracks, culminating with Lamar’s “Not Like Us” reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Drake followed up with the non-charting “The Heart Part 6.”

Fans are disappointed by Drake’s new singing verse and some of them now claim Kendrick Lamar made Drake to change the genre like Eminem did to Machine Gun Kelly with “Killshot” back in 2018. Check out some reactions below: