Meek Mill Once Again Disses Drake on '4/4 Pt. 2' EP

BY Alex HudsonPublished Jan 31, 2016

Meek Mill's feud with Drake continues to be the beef that will never die. Mill took some shots at Drizzy with last month's surprise EP 4/4, and Drake just fired back with his brand new single "Summer Sixteen." Now, Mill is once again laying into Drake with yet another surprise EP.

The freshly unveiled 4/4 Pt. 2 consists of four songs, and closing cut "War Pain" is the one that targets Drake. He mentions the Toronto rapper by name, makes a couple of references to Toronto, and mocks "Hotline Bling" by referring to people "dancing like they fruitcakes." It's a fiery diatribe, and he caps it off by declaring, "Never been disrespected without retaliation."

Interestingly, some of the lyrics — in particular the ones about the Four Seasons hotel and Jay Z — seem to directly reference Drake's song "Summer Sixteen," which came out earlier today.

Although it might be too late for Mill to come out on top in this particular feud, he's sounding a lot sharper here than on last summer's messy "Wanna Know." Take a listen to the whole EP below.

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