Meek Mill Responds To Drake Diss With 'War Pain' (Top Story)

On Monday Meek Mill Responds To Drake Diss With 'War Pain' was a top story. Here is the recap: (Radio.com) Less than an hour after Drake released his "Summer 16" single dissing (among others), his rival Meek Mill, Mill returned lyrical fire on a new song "War Pain," part of a surprise EP, 4/4 pt. 2.

In the NSFW track, he begins by announcing, "Location: Toronto! Status: Five star hotel, Four Seasons"; he's essentially saying that he would get the best accommodations in Drake's hometown, despite their long standing rivalry.

He also 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', na, we caught ya, can't erase that s, now you claiming you Hov now, why you stake that s?" He's pointing out that if Drake doesn't, in fact, write his own lyrics, that it's ridiculous to compare himself to Jay Z (aka Hov), as Jay is regarded as one of the best lyricists ever.

Listen to the track - here.

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