‘Charged Up’ takes aim at Mill and Funk Flex over their claims that Drake does not write his own lyrics.
Rapper Drake has responded to Meek Mill’s accusations he uses a ‘ghostwriter’ by releasing a ‘diss track’ titled ‘Charged Up’, which dropped on Saturday evening. The beef between the two rappers began earlier in the week when Mill accused Drake of not writing his own lyrics during a twitter trade.
Drake has responded to Meek Mill’s claims with track ‘Charged Up’.
In the track the Canadian rapper addressed Meek Mill’s claims and rhymes, ‘All y’all stare in my face and hope you could be to replace me / Snitchin’ on us without no interrogation / I stay silent ‘cause we at war and I’m very patient.’
‘Wow, I’m honoured that you think this is staged / I’m flattered man, in fact I’m amazed… You boys aren’t gettin’ any of your feelings on me / You should embrace it this could be one our realest moments’. The track first appeared on Soundcloud and its full title is the subtle, ‘Charged Up (Meek Mill & Funk Flex Diss’.
The rap also sees Drake muse on wether Mill should perhaps be worrying about issues that are more important than his song writing. ‘Cops are kill’ people with their arms up / But your main focus is tryin’ to harm us?’ he raps.
But Mill has already responded to Drake's latest effort and he doesn’t sound like he’s too impressed. Writing on Twitter the rapper, who is engaged to Nicki Minaj, described Drake’s 'diss track' as ‘baby lotion soft’ and added, ‘I can tell he wrote that 1 tho...’. Ouch.