Meek sent some more shots at Drizzy during tonight's "Pinkprint Tour" stop in Charlotte.
The Saga continues. While in New Jersey Thursday night for the latest stop “in his girl’s tour,” Meek decided to take time out his set to direct another set of freestyle disses aimed at Drake.
Twitter Reacts To Drake's Second Meek Mill Diss, "Back To Back" Jul 29, 2015 at 10:54am 104,805 Views
Initial reactions can determine a lot. Reception for Drake's first Meek Mill diss, "Charged Up," was lukewarm, and had many ready to crown Meek the champion of a beef in which he hadn't even dropped music yet.
While most of us were sleeping, the rap world was shook up once more when Drake decided to go at Meek Mill again, and he turned up the energy too, on his "Back to Back" freestyle. Whereas Drizzy went the ironic, I-don't-really-need-to-do-this-shit-but-I-will route on "Charged Up," "Back to Back" was more scathing, with plenty of quotable jabs to throw in Meek's face.
Is Kendrick Lamar Going At Drake On His Verses From Dr. Dre's "Compton"? Aug 7, 2015 at 09:39am 96,886 Views
Kendrick Lamar and Drake's alleged "beef" has been so entirely subliminal that there's a chance fans just concocted the whole thing themselves. Then again, once in a while a line goes by that seems a little too loaded to be coincidence, for instance, when Kendrick spits "Motherfucker, know I started from the bottom," to open his "Deep Water" verse on Dr. Dre's Compton.
Drake Reportedly Wearing "Free Meek Mill" Shirt At OVO Fest Rehearsal Aug 3, 2015 at 06:16pm 55 Views
Drake debuted an OVO-produced "Free Meek Mill" t-shirt back when the Philly rapper was locked up, and it looks like he broke it out again during OVO rehearsals today.Toronto rap site thisisWalder.com posted a pic of Drizzy from what appears to be soundcheck (judging by the beard, this was taken very recently), and we're thinking his shirt choice was no accident.Surely there is a shady reason for t
Dr. Dre's First Week Sales Numbers For "Compton: The Soundtrack" Aug 14, 2015 at 07:21pm 90,796 Views
First week sales numbers are in for Dr. Dre's Compton: The Soundtrack. The album moved 278,558 units, slightly surpassing the projected number of 260,000-275,000 units. Expectations were high for the album, driven by Dre's musical reputation, 16 years of anticipation, and star-studded features. It has not disappointed.
Around thirty minutes ago, Meek Mill tweeted out one letter: Z. The twittersphere is going crazy with it, retweeting, analyzing, and poking fun at it. While we're still not sure if it was an accidental tweet, a response to Drake's diss, or an affirmation that he's tired, Meek's taken to Instagram to deliver a more direct message.
Drake was the first one to strike in this ongoing beef with Meek Mill, delivering a vicious combo move in the form of "Charged Up" and "Back To Back." Last night, Meek finally mustered a response, dropping "Wanna Know." Compared to the explosive aftermath of "Back To Back," and even the less-amped reactions to "Charged Up," the internet's collective response to Meek's new track has been
Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, French Montana Named As Trespassers In Lawsuit Leveled Against Meek Mill Aug 5, 2015 at 12:23pm 81,181 Views
Meek Mill threw one hell of a Grammy party, but he's paying the price for it now. The rapper is facing a lawsuit for an event he hosted at a Beverly Hills rental property, which he allegedly put on even after the owners told him no more than 6 people could be on the premises at once.
The 5 Most Confusing Things Birdman Said In His Angie Martinez Interview Jul 29, 2015 at 05:17pm 78,040 Views
The majority of the information we've gotten from the Lil Wayne / Birdman beef that began last December has come from Weezy's camp. He was the one who started things by tweeting that Cash Money was refusing to release Tha Carter V, and since then, lawsuits, diss tracks and onstage insults have followed, all of which have gone unanswered by Stunna.
In hip hop, one of the most important factors in determining an artist's legacy and greatness is still the album. Although some would argue that the medium is past its prime, debates about "legends" or even "best rappers alive" usually involve the artists' discography, which is why this latest Jay Electronica story is so hilarious.
Dr. Dre On Meeting The Actor Who Portrayed Him In Straight Outta Compton: "It Freaked Me Out" Aug 16, 2015 at 01:00pm 83,522 Views
Straight Outta Compton is a certified hit, but its also a critical success -- with plenty of praise for the new faces who played the iconic group. It's one thing to impress fans through a portrayal of a beloved icon, but if you're "freaking out" the artist themselves with your likeness, you're definitely doing something right.
It seems the Drake and Meek Mill beef has caused something of a chain reaction. A couple days back, Ja Rule posted on Instagram about comparisons between his own beef with 50 Cent and the current Drizzy fiasco, suggesting that the situations are apples and oranges -- unless, of course, someone gets stabbed or shot.
Meek Mill's long-awaited response to Drake arrived last night, and while he talked plenty of shit throughout, it wasn't until the last seconds of the song that he dropped the kicker -- "You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater nigga, we ain’t forget".
Birdman's Instagram was hacked Thursday afternoon, his phone numbers and personal email addresses made bare for his 1.6 million followers and the whole world to see. Birdman has since deleted the images.
While we wait for Meek’s response, which is reportedly dropping tonight by the way, the MMG member decided to break his silence today by going at a Hot 97 radio personality in the comment section of Instagram Thursday night.
The ladies love Drake. He's been an in-demand bachelor since his days as Wheelchair Jimmy on "Degrassi." Girls would be throwing themselves at the charismatic, talented, & biracial Drake even if he weren't a megastar. Indeed, he has quite the dating record, and in light of his most recent girl, Serena Williams, we take a look at some of his more high-profile relationships over the years.
The general internet consensus around the Drake and Meek Mill beef is that Drizzy is in the lead, and it seems the Toronto rapper has made going online part of his day, as he's aware of the scoreboard.“I haven’t taken a loss all week,” Drake told a Bleacher Report cameraman at his annual OVO kickball event, slyly bringing Meek into a question about the game.
Meek Mill has been catching a ton of flack recently for inciting a beef with Drake on Twitter, and it appears that he may be headed to the studio to record a diss track of his own. A new interview with Billboard put the beef in perspective, as Meek opened up about his relationship with Nicki Minaj and his experiences with the police growing up in Philadelphia.
CyHi The Prynce Released From Def Jam Contract, Disses Kanye West Aug 5, 2015 at 03:32pm 69,186 Views
So this afternoon, we were not only surprised by the Chance The Rapper x Lil B mixtape dropping, but by CyHi The Prynce's apparent diss track, aimed at none other than Kanye West. CyHi has been signed to G.O.O.D. Music for a minute, but he's struggled on the imprint-- he's never been able to release a studio debut, and his been sitting in some sort of purgatory.
First Week Sales Projections For Dr. Dre's "Compton: The Soundtrack" Aug 9, 2015 at 12:32am 71,449 Views
Dr. Dre's Compton: The Soundtrack dropped Friday, his first album in 16 years and his "grand finale," and as you might expect it is projected to do huge numbers its first week.
Is G.O.O.D. Music A Good Label? 5 Artists Whose Careers Stalled While Signed Aug 5, 2015 at 05:57pm 70,245 Views
Reaching peak visibility during Kanye West's inescapable "G.O.O.D. Fridays" series that served as a prelude to 2010's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, G.O.O.D. Music has since become one of the most revered labels in hip hop.
WWE Reportedly "Looking Into" Meek Mill's Use Of The Undertaker's Entrance Music Aug 1, 2015 at 11:14am 66,219 Views
Meek Mill may have been looking to get under Drake's skin with "Wanna Know," but it looks like the WWE may have taken more offence to the song than Drizzy. According to TMZ, the wrestling organization isn't pleased that Meek Mill used the iconic bells from The Undertaker's entrance music in his track.
The Meek Mill/Drake beef had the internet on fire for a minute, but it's mostly died down now, apart from a few subliminals (from either side) here and there. Nonetheless, it was exciting while it was lasted.
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