A lot of other rappers may not be happy with Rick Ross's upcoming album, Black Market, since he blasts many within the music industry. One of the most notable mentions would be a diss against the infamous Drake and Meek Mill feud that has been well documented in the press.
The diss against Drake and Meek Mill is supposedly found in the lyrics on new track "Color Money," where he raps "Color money got your b*tch out on a world tour / My lil' homie made a million on his girl's tour / We back to back and down to whack a n****a unborn / Miami n****a got 'em changin' all they gun laws / So run Forrest, got some shooters and they down, too / I got more money then that n****a that you signed to."
According to MTV, "Color Money" additionally has a reference to Drake's "0-100/The Catch Up."
This in not the first time that the MMG big boss has referenced the feud. While on set for his "Sorry" music video, he revealed the advice that he gave to Mill about the feud.
"You do what you wanna do," he said. "You express yourself with your music the way you want to do it, whenever you're ready to do it."
Ross also made an appearance on The Breakfast Club to talk about the feud, saying that he believes the feud is "good for culture."
The feud is centered around the release of Mill's album Dreams Worth More Than Money, where Drake was featured on the track "R.I.C.O." When Mill asserted that Drake had used a ghostwriter for his part the feud ignited. It was continued with a series of tweets where Mill claimed that Drake solely relied on songwriter Quentin Miller to complete his part and did not write his own verse for the song.
Drake responded by writing two diss tracks aimed at Mill, including "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," as well as references in a performance at OVO Fest in Toronto.