Meek Mill Remixes Drake's 'Summer Sixteen'

04/07/2016
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(Radio.com) Meek Mill has released a remix of Drake's "Summer Sixteen." Drake originally released "Summer Sixteen" back in January, addressing his sparring partner from the previous summer, consoling him by saying, 'It's nothing personal, I would have done it to anyone."

Mill fired back with the track "War Pain," in which in reminds listeners why the conflict started in the first place: over Mill's claims that Drake uses a 'ghostwriter".

In other words, he hires someone to write his lyrics for him. 'You ain't writin', n--a, we caught ya, can't erase that s--, now you claiming you Hov now, why you stake that s--?" Check out the latest entry into this long running beef here.

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