Kendrick Lamar recently found himself in a heated battle with Drake, coming out victorious in the eyes of many fans. His track ‘Not Like Us,’ a West Coast banger with sharp bars and hilarious one-liners, initially debuted at number one on the Billboard charts. However, Post Malone and Morgan Wallen’s collaboration ‘I Had Some Help’ took the top spot the following week.

Even in its second week, ‘Not Like Us’ secured the number two position on the charts, showcasing its staying power. While many diss tracks fall off quickly, Kendrick’s latest effort has proven to be more than just a flare-up. According to Billboard, he’s maintained his hold on the second spot for a third consecutive week. Despite being a diss record, the track has demonstrated remarkable versatility and appeal.

Kendrick has started the year strong, with three platinum songs already under his belt. Fans are eager for a new album, with rumors suggesting a potential summer release. Regardless of what’s to come, it’s clear that listeners are craving more from Kendrick right now.

Kendrick Lamar has cemented his place in the music charts with ‘Not Like Us,’ proving that a diss track can have lasting power. As Post Malone and Morgan Wallen continue to lead, Kendrick remains a close second, underscoring the track’s significant impact.

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