Meek Mill’s “War Pain” Is A Perfectly Timed Response To Drake’s “Summer Sixteen”January 31, 2016
Drake dropped a diss track aimed at Meek Mill, and within the hour Mill had a response. But how?
Meek Mill still insists Drake enlists a ghost writer, and his latest rap might prove it.
Drake premiered his latest song “Summer Sixteen” on Beats 1 show OVO Sound Radio Saturday night, and within the hour, Meek Mill uploaded a response to his SoundCloud.
According to Mill, Drake’s ghost writer gave him the heads up. The ghost writer [sic] told me!” he posted on Instagram. Mill shared 4/4 Pt. 2 which features the comeback addressing his beef with Drake and specifically his song “Summer Sixteen.”
Drake gets pretty cocky on “Summer Sixteen,” comparing himself to Jay Z, “I used to want to be on Roc-A-Fella, then I turned into Jay.” On Meek’s “War Pain,” he slashes Drake’s delusion, “You ain’t writin’, n****, we caught ya / Can’t erase that **** and you claiming you Hov now? / Why you state that ****?” Adding fuel to the fire, both rappers mentioned a night at the Four Seasons in Toronto, with Drake rapping, “I let the diss record drop, you was staying right below me, n***a.” Meek raps: “Location, Toronto, status – five star hotel, Four Seasons. Them chumps right upstairs.”
Nicely done, Mill. Listen to his latest batch of songs, including “War Pain,” below: