Joe Biden’s Campaign Disses Donald Trump Using Kendrick Lamar ‘Euphoria’ Lyrics

The Kendrick LamarDrake battle has found its way into the political world. President Joe Biden’s campaign team put together a video dissing Donald Trump on May 6, which was soundtracked by Lamar’s bristling “Euphoria.”


The clip utilizes a slideshow that kicks off with Biden and VP Kamala Harris before moving into photos of Trump.

While the scathing Lamar lyrics play in the background, Biden’s team uses subtext to tweak the bars and make them more fitting for dissing the twice-impeached former president and his social media platform, Truth Social.

“It’s always been about love and hate, now let me say I’m the biggest hater,” the screen reads. “I hate the way that you walk over women’s rights, the way that you talk about immigrants. I hate the way that you dress, I hate the way that you sneak diss on Truth Social.”

“Euphoria” debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and is challenging for a higher peak on next week’s chart in its first full week of streaming.

The fiery Drake diss served as Kendrick’s response to Drizzy’s “Push Ups” on April 30. The feud exploded over the weekend when six haymaker diss tracks were exchanged, with the last coming from the 6 God with “The Heart Part 6” on Sunday (May 5).

Biden was actually name-dropped in a song earlier this week when Macklemore called out the president on his politically charged “Hind’s Hall” track. He blasted Biden for his support of Israel and revealed he won’t be voting for the incumbent again later this year.


“Where does genocide land in your definition, huh/ Destroyin’ every college in Gaza and every mosque/ Pushin’ everyone into Rafah and droppin’ bombs/ The blood is on your hands, Biden, we can see it all/ And f–k no, I’m not votin’ for you in the fall,” he declares.

Watch the Biden campaign’s Trump diss using “Euphoria” below:

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