The Meek Mill-Drake Feud Has Taken a New Turn With Mills' "All the Way Up" Remix

The Meek Mill-Drake Feud Has Taken a New Turn With Mills' "All the Way Up" Remix

The feud between rappers Meek Mill and Drake seemed to have finally subsided, but Mill is back with a new lyrical onslaught. After Fat Joe and Jay Z's own remix of "All the Way Up" came out on Wednesday, Mill and Fabolous followed up with a remix of their own, and Mill wasted no time in dissing Drake's hometown of Toronto and, subsequently, his latest album, Views

"Views from the projects/ Nigga I'm the prospect," he raps, while also referencing the source of the feud between the two rappers: that Drake allegedly uses a ghostwriter for his tracks. 

"Then I came through the block, you should've seen y'all faces/ This is slaughter, new world order/ I be goin' hard, Westbrook, 4th quarter/ This is hip-hop, you ain't write it, don't record it/ I don't know how they gettin' down 'cross the border." 

No word yet on whether Drake will respond. He's more preoccupied with trash-talking the Cleveland Cavaliers, who are playing his Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals, so it could be put on hold. 

You can listen to Mill and Fabolous' "All the Way Up" remix below: 

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