Kendrick Lamar’s rap battle with Drake has landed him at the top of the Billboard 100 charts.

This week, three of his releases launch in the top 10 spots including “Not Like Us” debuting at No. 1, while “Euphoria” climbs from the 11th spot to No. 3. In addition, K. Dot’s feature on Future and Metro Boomin’s “Like That” moves from the 8 spot to No. 6.

The Compton rapper now lands his fourth Hot 100 No. 1 and 15 top 10s. In addition to “Not Like Us”, his previous chart-topping singles include “Like That”, “Humble”, and his feature on Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood”

Meanwhile, Drake’s “Family Matters” debuts at No. 7 and now extends his Billboard record to 78 Hot 100 hits.

Kendrick Lamar and Drake’s feud caused quite a controversy over the past few weeks. Kendrick released “Euphoria” back on April 30, which was his long-awaited response to Drake’s “Push Ups“.

On May 3, Kendrick retaliated with the scathing “Meet The Grahams” immediately following Drake’s “Family Matters“, before unleashing the highly-praised “Not Like Us” the following morning.

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