Earlier this week we saw Philadelphia rapper Meek Mills release diss track called “Kendrick, you next.” That track is actually a diss track for another Philadelphia rapper, Cassidy, who dissed Meek Mills.
In this track Meek Mills raps over a series of famous diss tracks including Tupac’s “Hit ‘em Up,” NAS’s Jay Z diss “Ether,” and Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya.” There has been debate about whether “Who Shot Ya” was actually a diss track, they maintained the song was made before Tupac got shot and had nothing to do with it.
Mills goes in on Cassidy though making very accurate personal accusations.
So Kendrick was next and now we know what Meek Mills had in store for Kendrick Lamer following his verse on Big Sean’s “Control.” Fans have been waiting nearly a month for one of the rappers Kendrick actually named to respond. Most of the responses to Kendrick’s verse has been rappers from New York upset with his “king” claims. There has been some talk that the people named shouldn’t be upset, instead they should feel praised as a group of a selected as those on top of the game.
Meek Mills uses Dr. Dre’s “Forgot About Dre” beat as the sample for the beginning of this diss track and it is called “Ooh Kill Em’.”
Meek Mills’ Dreamchasers 3 drops September 20th.
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