Kendrick Lamar has changed the lyrics to his lyrical assault "Euphoria" and dissed Drake again while performing the song at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert tonight.

Kendrick Lamar Performs "Euphoria" at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert

On Wednesday (June 19), Kendrick Lamar opened up his Pop Out Concert by performing his Drake diss track "Euphoria." Mid-way through the performance at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, Kendrick added some lyrics and expanded on a bar to diss Drake again.

"I'm knowin' they call you The Boy, but where is a man?/’Cause I ain't see him yet/Give me Tupac ring back and I might give you a lil’ respect," Kendrick rapped.

The original lyric was: "I'm knowin' they call you The Boy, but where is a man?/’Cause I ain't see him yet/Matter of fact I ain't even bleed him yet, can I bleed him?"

The concert, which took place on Juneteenth and was streamed live on Prime Video and Amazon Music's Twitch channel, also had Kendrick running through a ton of his other hits including "Money Trees," "Alright" and "DNA."

Prior to K-Dot popping out, the star-studded show included appearances from the likes of Tyler, The Creator, YG, Roddy Ricch, Ty Dolla $ign and others.

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The electrifying show comes after Kendrick announced The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert on June 6. The performance marks K-Dot's first live show since his vitriolic beef with Drake earlier this year. After Kendrick took aim at Drizzy in his verse on Future and Metro Boomin’s "Like That" in March, Drake and Kung Fu Kenny traded numerous diss tracks. Kendrick's "Not Like Us" diss track, which is arguably the song that ended the battle, still sits on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 6.

To make matters more exciting, Kendrick's frequent collaborator Terrace Martin confirmed all that new music means a new Kendrick project is coming soon. Martin spoke about the album briefly during an Instagram Live session in June.

"It's two albums, I'm going crazy, I can't wait till they drop," Terrace explained. "Roddy Ricch album and whenever Kendrick drops his album, I'm gon' be... I'm excited for those two. Those two Compton artists. So much s**t bubblin'."

The new album will follow Kendrick's lauded Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers LP from 2022.

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Watch Kendrick Lamar perform "Euphoria" at at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert below.

Watch Kendrick Lamar Perform "Euphoria" at The Pop Out - Ken & Friends Concert

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