Kendrick Lamar drops ‘6:16 in LA,’ latest Drake diss track

The war between Kendrick Lamar and Drake continues to rage as the former kicked off the weekend by dropping his second Drake diss track this week.

The latest strike from Lamar, 36, came in the form of “6:16 in LA,” which he dropped just days after “Euphoria.”

Just like the latter’s title appears to be a nod to the Emmy winning HBO show of the same name — on which Drake, 37, is an executive producer — “6:16 in LA” appears to parody the “Degrassi” alum’s use of time and city names in many song titles, such as last year’s “8am in Charlotte” and 2015’s “6PM in New York.”

Among the digs in the new track are Lamar accusing the Canadian star of being a “fake bully” and “a terrible person.”

He raps, “Everyone inside your team’s whispering that you deserve it,” and suggests that Drake found “no receipts” about Lamar.

“I’m sorry that I live a boring life,” he sings, before warning, “But war ready if the world’s ready to see you bleed.”

Stereogum also pointed to fans’ speculation that the title of the track also nods to June 16, the birthday of late hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur. It’s also the day Father’s Day falls on this year.

In “Euphoria,” Lamar said Drake is not a rap artist” but “a scam artist with the hopes of being accepted.”

In late March, Lamar took a verbal swing at Drake — as well as at J. Cole — in a verse on Metro Boomin and Future’s “Like That,” dismissing them as “bums” and saying their “best work is a light pack.” Drake seemed to respond at one of his shows when he said no one “on this Earth … can ever f— with me in my life.”

On April 19, he formally responded with “Push Ups,” in which he mocked Lamar’s height — referring to him as a “pipsqueak.”