Drake releases ‘Summer Sixteen,’ Which Takes More Shots At Meek Mill But This Time Meek Responds With The Quickness
On Saturday evening Drake dropped “Summer Sixteen” the first single from his upcoming album Views From the 6. The rapper debuted the song during his OVO Sound Radio show on Apple’s Beats 1, after teasing the release in a tweet early this morning. “Summer Sixteen” is available on Apple Music and iTunes right now.
In the track the Toronto MC took even more shots at rival Meek Mill:
“I let the diss record drop, you were standing right below me, nigga / We must have played it a hundred times, you was going to bed / Why would I put on a vest I expect you to aim for the head / I coulda killed you the first time / You don’t have to try and say it louder nigga, trust me heard you the first time,” Drake raps.
Here, Drake is insinuating that he was staying in the hotel room above Meek Mill when his diss track “Back to Back” dropped, taunting Meek by playing it on repeat.
However, hours after “Summer Sixteen” dropped on Beats 1’s OVO Sound Radio, Meek Mill posted a response, “War Pain,” to his SoundCloud. The quick response time is, according to Meek’s Instagram, because “the ghost writer told me”—in other words, that Quentin Miller, the man Meek accused of being Drake’s ghostwriter on a number of tracks that kicked off their whole summer skirmish, had informed Meek of “Summer Sixteen’s” lyrics prior to its unveiling.
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