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July 31, 2015

Meek Mill continues Drake feud with diss track of his own

The wheels just keep on spinning with Drake and Meek Mill's ongoing feud.

Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill dropped a diss track of his own late last night, an eagerly anticipated response to pressure from hordes of fans who've been more than a little let down by how he's quietly endured not just one, but two freestyle diss tracks released by Drake. 

Mill's track, which debuted on hip-hop station Hot 97, is titled "Wanna Know" and features Quentin Miller. The track's lyrics take a few more jabs at Drake's writing -- what started the whole kerfuffle to begin with. In the track, Mill claims Drake not only doesn't write his own lyrics but takes a note or two from Mill's own playbook.

You ****ing dork you changed the style because you studied us / Coming with the same flow / Switching up your lingo / We just want a refund, this ain’t what we paid for / Every time that we come, we get what we came for / Spitting another ****** shit, but you claim you king though?

Sadly, the track -- which comes along with some shoddy Milli Vanilli PhotoShop cover art -- features no obvious rebuttal to Drake's Philly-specific disses in his freestyle rap released earlier this week, "Back to Back."

Philly's Twitter, meanwhile, chimed in with mixed reactions to Mill's track. (Beware, strong language ahead.)

Save for an Instagram photo posted to Drake's account of him laughing with his phone in hand, the Toronto rapper has been fairly quiet about the new diss track. 

Your move, Drake.