This weekend, Drake came back with a reminder not just for Meek Mill – but for every damn body.
During all of last week’s Kanye and Rihanna talk, the 6 God found a way to insert himself into the conversation…and not just by being featured on Rih’s latest single, “Work”! On his radio show OVO Sound on Beats1 on Saturday, Drake not only announced his album will be released in April but he also left us with a new single, “Summer Sixteen”.
Now, we knew he wasn’t playing around with Meek, but Drizzy can also be heard name-dropping President Obama, Tory Lanez, Kanye West and Jay Z. Though he wasn’t coming for Jay or Kanye in the bars he spit about them, he just did some humble bragging and thought he should remind them, that he believes, that he is definitely in their league.
When speaking on Meek, here’s what Drizzy had to say on the record:
“I’m just a sicko, a real sicko when you get to know me n*gga
I let the diss record drop, you was stayin right below me n*gga
You must’ve played it 100 times before going to bed
Why would I put on a vest when I expect for you to aim for the head?”
As far as President Obama is concerned, we guess he felt some type of way when the President said he would chose Kendrick Lamar over Drake:
“Tell Obama that my verses are just like the whips that he in– they bulletproof.”
When it comes to Tory Lanez, he recently spoke out against Drake saying that “the 6” is not a good name for their hometown of Toronto, and to that, Drake said:
“All you boys in the new Toronto want to be me a little.”
Name-checking Jay and Kanye, here’s what he had to say:
” I used to wanna be on Roc-A-Fella, then I turned into Jay.”
“Now, I got a house in LA, I got a bigger pool than Ye. And look man, Ye’s pool is nice, mine is just bigger is what I’m sayin”.
“Summer Sixteen” was produced by Noah “40” Shebib, Boi-1da and Cuebeatz. Artwork was done by COMME des GARCONS’ Flip Pagowski. “Summer Sixteen” is available on iTunes and the full OVO Sound Show is available for streaming below.
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