Meek Mill Drops His Own Drake Diss Track, 'Wanna Know': Listen Now

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The Meek Mill versus Drake row has more beef than an abattoir. And it’s just got meatier with Mill dropping his own diss song against the Canadian rapper. 

Mill has just shared "Wanna Know" in which he references the rumored time that Diddy slapped Drake and features a few lines from Diddy himself toward the track’s end. It's unknown whether Diddy's audio is freshly-cut or if it was lifted from an old recording. 

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The new work also features Quentin Miller and was produced by Jahlil Beats and Swizz Beatz.

Even the artwork is a slapdown. Dreamchaser Records posted the stream to Soundcloud accompanied with a Photoshopped picture of Drake as a member of the disgraced ‘90s duo Milli Vanilli. Listen to it below.

"Wanna Know" comes on the heels of Drake’s two diss tracks, "Back To Back" and "Charged Up." 

Where this battle is headed, or whether it’ll end, is anyone’s guess. One thing’s for sure and that is where it all began. On July 22, Mill dropped a Twitter bomb when he wrote, “Stop comparing drake to me too.... He don't write his own raps! That's why he ain't tweet my album because we found out!” Social media has been lit up ever since with back-and-forth character assassinations.

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It seems Drake won’t let this one go. Just minutes after Mill’s track went out, Drake posted a picture on Instagram of himself looking at his phone and laughing.

Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex has poured more fuel on the fire by posting three more reference tracks allegedly by Miller for Drake ("Used To,” “R.I.C.O.” and “Know Yourself"). Flex had recently debuted an alleged reference track to Drake's "10 Bands" by Miller. He said someone from OVO sent him the track. Listen to the three newly-posted reference tracks below.

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