Drake Lyrically Assaults Meek Mill with 'Back to Back' Diss Track Release [LISTEN]
If there were ever a time when Dreams Worth More Than Money rapper Meek Mill wanted to backtrack from some of his prior statements referencing "Charged Up" rapper Drake, this would certainly seem to be that time. Ever since Mill's Twitter rant that was heard around the world calling Drake out for not writing his own raps, everyone has been tuning in waiting for the rappers' next moves. Unfortunately for Mill, he is slow on the draw after initiating the fight. Mill, who apparently opted out of his opportunity to drop a diss track with Hot 97's DJ Funkmaster Flex on Monday night, has left the door wide open for Drake's newest lyrical assault, "Back to Back".
In what could be called round two of the fight, Drake drops a three-minute freestyle taking aim at Mill's manhood and referencing Mill's relationship with his superstar girlfriend that has seemed to overshadow his music.
In some of Drake's most clever lines he raps, "You love her then you gotta get a world tour / Is that a world tour or your girl's tour? / I know that you gotta be a thug for her / This ain't what she meant when she told you to open up more." He continues on with more jabs, "Trigger fingers turn to Twitter fingers / You gettin' bodied by a singin' n*gga." Drake deals Mill an apparent deathblow with, "shout to all my boss b*tches wifin' n*ggas/ Just make sure that you get a prenup."
Mill, who was very vocal with his opinion of Drake's prior response and called "Charged Up" "baby lotion soft" may not be so quick to jest this time around. Drake fired off warning shots with his initial track addressed to Mill; however, it looks like Mill chose not to take heed.
Drake's response was well played. The signifigance of the title and artwork is even well thought out, as it depicts when the Toronto Blue Jays won back to back championships against the Philadelphia Phillies.
There is no way to know if this beef is going to be resolved anytime soon but what we do know is that the longer Mill chooses to stay quiet without creating a diss track of his own, the more likely listeners are to believe Drake has already won the war.