After almost a week of waiting, Meek Mill has finally released a diss track against Drake; and many are saying it fell short of their expectations.
Buress took to the streets to ask passersby their thoughts on the Drake vs. Meek Mill situation.
Will he respond to Drake’s “Charged Up” and “Back to Back?”
Let’s just say that he’s not a fan of Lil’ Wayne and Drake’s verses on the song.
Rapper Drake has taken to the booth instead of Twitter to diss rapper Meek Mill with another track titled “Back to Back.”
Drake’s verse on Roy Wood$’s “Drama” is probably not about Meek Mill.
Meek called Drake’s “Charged Up” “soft… baby lotion soft.”
Did Drake do enough to warrant a response from Meek Mill?
Noah “40” Shebib and Quentin Miller are firmly in Drizzy’s corner and are happy to elaborate on the subject.
Rather than add to the noise though, Fiasco was relatively measured and diplomatic in his response.
“I signed up for greatness.”
What is ghost writing and is it acceptable in Hip-Hop?
This Bruno and Ed thing may get ugly.
Mill covered a lot of bases in his hour-long Twitter rant but the big bomb shell was dropped when he called out Drake for not writing his own raps.
“Energy” is the latest single from Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late mixtape.