Hip hop fans are still talking about Drake‘s latest album release “More Life” that dropped during St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The full-length album features 22 tracks, to which Drizzy takes aim at a few of his enemies within the songs.
Only time will tell when the Drake vs. Meek Mill rivalry will be over, but for now, fans have surfed through several of Drizzy’s verses on the More Life, where he serves to antagonize the Philly rapper.
Drake started the sneak dissing early on track 1, “Free Smoke,” when he raps,
“How you let the kid fighting ghostwriting rumors turn you to a ghost?”
On track 17, “Can’t Have Everything,” Drake can be heard taking subtle jabs at Meek when he raps,
“Tried to serve me a cheese steak, I gave them back a clean plate.”
Drake then continued to eat off of the year and a half old beef by comparing how he perceives their catalogs match up against one another, on the track 16, “Lose You.”
“Man, we wrote the book on calculated thinkin’/ and icy Heineken drinkin’/ and rival neighborhoods linkin’/ and puttin’ your trust in someone with the risk of financially sinkin’,” the OVO CEO rhymes. “All you did was write the book on garbage a** rollies, ego stroking, picture posting/ Claiming that you do it for motivational purposes only/ But you just had to show me/ See I know, cause I study you closely.”
Drake also took aim at his Toronto rival, singer Torey Lanez, on track 22, “Do Not Disturb,” when he raps,
“You overnight celebrity you one day star/I swear I told you I’m in this bitch for eternity/I am a reflection of all of your insecurities/Behind closed doors a lot of 6 God worshipping/Done talk now ‘cause there’s other shit that concerning me,” Drake rhymes, possibly referencing Tory Lanez’s given name, Daystar Peterson, and his 2016 release, I Told You.
Socialites, did you hear any other sneak disses on Drake’s “More Life?”