(AllHipHop News) Drake may have “thought” about dissing Joe Budden after a clip of a French Montana song made the rounds on social media in May, but Joey just went into attack mode with the song “Making a Murderer (Part 1).”
It all started back in May, when French previewed a few minutes of a track that had some bars from Drake that apparently made references to Joe Budden’s 2003 single “Pump, Pump It Up.”
The theory is that Drake replied on the unnamed French Montana song, in response to Joe Budden’s criticism of the Toronto rapper’s hit album Views.
Also, Joe felt that Drake’s song “4 P.M. In Calabasas” also contained subliminal jabs aimed at the Slaughterhouse MC.
“Making a Murderer (Part 1),” which was produced AraabMuzik, also takes a slight shot at Meek Mill as well.
“My plan isn’t about Meek; it ain’t about Drake, but I wanna rap,” Joe Budden told Pitchfork.com. “I’m at a point in my life where I wanna rap. Time is measured by the second and I come from competitive hip-hop. That’s the MC I am. That’s the MC I always will be. The MC in me is not about to recondition to today’s world. I gotta be who I am at all times. I wanna rap.
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