Meek Mill Freestyles Over Drake's 'Back to Back': 'I Always Wanted a Piece Of This'

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Meek Mill is interviewed onstage during #CRWN: A Conversation With Elliott Wilson And Meek Mill at PlayStation Theater on Dec. 2, 2018 in New York City. 

After releasing his comeback album Championships last Friday (Nov. 30), on Monday, Meek Mill visited Hot 97 to deliver a fiery freestyle for Funkmaster Flex. 

Known for his cerebral freestyle approach, Meek torched a bevy of beats, most notably Drake's "Back to Back" instrumental. "Walk up into Barneys and I get what I want/ I really hang with n----s richer than Trump/ And the flow so cold it'll give you the mumps/ You n----as p----y like the time of the month," he spewed.

"I always wanted a piece of this," Meek said in regards to Drake's instrumental during his freestyle. "I feel like you got over on me on this. I had to get my shit and pop my shit."

In 2015, Drake released "Back to Back" during his feud with Meek and as a result, was dubbed victorious by the fans after his lyrical assault. Last September, the "Going Bad" collaborators buried the hatchet during Drizzy's concert in Boston. Their reunion on stage caused tremors in the music industry and later led to the two collaborating on Meek's new album. "We kicking it everyday on the phone. We didn't just like fake squash the beef, you know what I'm saying," Meek told Flex before ahead of his freestyle. "He did what he needed to do, he held it down."

Meek's repaired relationship with Drake also prompted Flex to an issue out an apology to the 6 God after he sided with the Philly MC during their contentious battle in 2015. "Drake, I apologize," said Flex, who released reference tracks in an attempt to expose Drake for using ghostwriters. 

Watch Meek Mill's 14-minute freestyle below.