Kendrick Lamar has emerged victorious in his feud with Drake and is enjoying significant success elsewhere. “Not Like Us,” his West Coast-influenced hit that has swept the country, topped the Billboard Hot 100.

“Not Like Us” is the Compton, California rapper’s first solo No. 1 single since 2017’s “Humble,” his fourth No. 1 single overall, and his 15th top ten hit on the popular chart. K. Dot didn’t stop there; “Euphoria,” which debuted at No. 11 last week, quickly rose to No. 3 on the same list. Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That” at the end of March, which featured Lamar’s angry guest verse that triggered the entire rivalry, rose to No. 6. It ranked first for three weeks before falling to eighth place last week.

This means that three K. Dot tracks including disses at the Toronto superstar are in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100. Drake’s “Family Matters” arrived at No. 7, bringing the total number of diss songs in the top 10 to a record four. Below is a complete list of this week’s Billboard Hot 100 top ten songs.

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Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us” was a massive hit on the West Coast, including production from the legendary Mustard. On Monday (May 3), he conveyed his pleasure for the achievement via X, quoting lines from the song.

“Sometimes you really gotta pop out and show ni**as!!!!” wrote he. “To think… They really fronted on me and pretended I wasn’t who I am! I’m grateful, but not shocked; I never lost sight and remained low. “With my back against the wall, I thrive.”

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The California natives dropped “Not Like Us” late Saturday evening nearly two weeks ago (May 4), during Lamar’s back-and-forth with Drake. The Pulitzer Prize winner’s previous releases included “Euphoria,” “6:16 In LA,” and “Meet The Grahams,” with Drizzy’s “Family Matters” sandwiched between the last two. However, “Not Like Us” had the greatest impact because it shattered his opponent’s single-day Spotify streaming record, which he set with his 2021 album “Girls Want Girls” with Lil Baby.

Drake’s “The Heart Part 6” was the final shot in the feud, and both artists have been silent on the music front since. Rumors circulated on the internet that the struggle was ended, with supporters reading “The Heart Part 6” as the five-time Grammy winner raising the white flag.

He appeared to clarify that he was done with the verbal jousting with a social media post over the weekend, uploading an image of a soldier standing in front of cavalry to represent the “20 v 1” motif he mentioned in “Push Ups” and “Family Matters.” His caption said, “Good times.” Summer moods are next.”

Coincidentally, this comes six years after he feuded with Pusha T and backed out after the Virginia rapper announced he was hiding his son Adonis. That summer was one of the most successful years of his career, with singles like “God’s Plan,” “Nice For What,” “Nonstop,” and “In My Feelings.” Time will tell whether the part-time crooner can repeat or outperform that success.