KENDRICK LAMAR'S SIX-FIGURE STREAMING INCOME FROM DRAKE DISS SONGS REVEALED

KENDRICK LAMAR'S SIX-FIGURE STREAMING INCOME FROM DRAKE DISS SONGS REVEALED

Kendrick Lamar's feud with Drake has boosted not just his legacy, but his bank account.

The Compton rapper currently has four songs in the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100, with "Not Like Us" sitting atop the chart.

According to HITS Daily Double, the Mustard-produced banger has generated over $275,000 in the last week alone. The vast majority of this figure comes from the song's 58.7 million streams, while it has also earned just over $13,500 from 15,000 sales.

"Euphoria" sits at number three on the chart and has made over $210,000 in the last seven days after racking up more than 45 million streams and 7,500 sales.

Kendrick has two other entries in the top 20, including his initial Drake diss track "Like That" with Future and Metro Boomin. That song has generated almost $135,000 from nearly 30 million streams and over 3,000 sales in the last week, but that money, of course, will be shared between more parties.

"Meet the Grahams," which is number 12, has generated an additional $98,000 for K. Dot thanks to more than 20 million streams and almost 7,000 sales.

In total, Kendrick's spate of diss songs has generated over $725,000 in the last week, although it's unclear how much of that goes directly into his pocket.

For comparison, Drake's "Family Matters" and "Push Ups" has earned the 6 God over $200,000 in the last seven days.



Kendrick Lamar has seen a huge uptick in streams and sales since his feud with Drake erupted.

All of his albums currently sit on the Billboard 200 and all have enjoyed huge climbs due to an increased interest in the rapper's catalog.

DAMN. occupies highest spot at number 18, up from number 41 the week before.

good kid, m.A.A.d city, which is the longest-running Hip Hop studio album on the Billboard 200, is currently number 23 after being the 51st best-selling album last week.

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Kendrick's most recent effort, Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, has also enjoyed a huge climb, rising to number 55 from number 192.

To Pimp a Butterfly also reentered this week's chart at number 109 after previously falling out of the top 200.

Drake, meanwhile, continues to occupy a multitude of spots on the Billboard 200 but has seen his chart positions fall across the board.

The 6 God's current highest charting album is For All the Dogs, which sits at number 20 after occupying the number 17 spot the week before while has six other albums in charting positions but all have suffered slight slumps.

This reflects a larger trend that has seen Kendrick Lamar's streams increase while Drake's fall as fans pick a side in their feud.


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