LISTEN: Meek Mill Can’t Resist Dissing Drake In New Songs


(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill has reignited his feud with Drake by slamming the rapper in new songs.

In July, Mill clashed with the rapper after suggesting Drake has others pen his rhymes, and the attack sparked a war of words between the rap stars.

The “Started From the Bottom” hitmaker was widely considered by fans to have emerged victorious in the feud after launching two diss tracks taking aim at Mill, who failed to bring forth any song in response at first.

Meek Mill, real name Robert Williams, has now gone after Drake in three new songs titled “$lay,” “Backboard,” and “Left Hollywood,” which he released on his 30th birthday on Saturday.

“Back in this b##ch and you know we reloaded/ Look at the credits to tell you who wrote it,” he raps in “$lay.”

“Maybe I’ll sell if I rap and I lie/ Maybe I’ll sell if I let n##gas write it,” he adds.

In “Left Hollywood,” he references Drake’s More Life album.

“Go to war like we got like four lives/ Talking before like, all this little rap s##t/ Where I’m from if you turn 18, then that’s More Life for real n##ga.”

Williams also seemingly hits out at ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj over her feud with rapper Remy Ma.

“I’m on the roof with that scope/ When I hit them little b**ches like Remy my n##ga.”

Drake and Nicki have yet to comment on the tracks, but earlier this year they reunited in the studio to record “No Frauds,” a diss track which took aim at Remy Ma.