Meek Mill and Drake have officially buried the hatchet with Meek's new song, 'Going Bad', taken from his new album CHAMPIONSHIPS.
After several diss tracks dating back to 2015, Meek and Drake go bar for bar on 'Going Bad': Drizzy opens the three-minute cut by comparing himself to Don Corleone and bragging that he's "got more slaps than The Beatles."
Meek steps up halfway through to tout their super rare and surprising reunion, even referencing one of the 6 God's blistering diss tracks by rapping, "Me and Drizzy back to back, it's getting scary." Later, he adds, "DC, OVO, we back again, we goin' plat."
Meek reflected on his beef with Drake in an interview with Vulture, saying, "I was just out of control at that point in my life. Getting high and doing whatever I wanted how I wanted to do it. In front of the world, not behind the scenes. I don't know his writing situation or how he really carried it. I just jumped out of anger and what I thought was the truth at the time."
A music video for the track is on its way. CHAMPIONSHIPS, the fourth studio album from multi-platinum rapper and criminal justice reform advocate Meek Mill also features the US gold certified 'Dangerous (feat. PnB Rock & Jeremih), and also features appearances from JAY-Z, Cardi B, Kodak Black, Rick Ross, Ella Mai and more.
Listen to ‘Going Bad’ here: