Drake Drops Diss Track “Charged Up”, Takes Shots at Meek Mill


After a long, drawn out Twitter argument, Drake has responded to Meek Mill‘s allegations of the Toronto rapper using a ghostwriter on his Beats 1 Radio show. The freestyle track takes some pretty explicit, biting jabs at Mill with lines like

“Wow, I’m honored that you think this is staged; I’m flattered man, in fact I’m amazed; The perfect start to the summer man, this shit is a doozy; This shit is twistin’ the movie, but don’t jump to any conclusions; You boys aren’t getting’ any of your feelins on me; You should embrace it this could be one of our realest moments; OK, the flow’s startin’ to feel familiar, don’t it? Must I remind you that Jimmy got twenty million on it.”

With a vaguely enthusiastic chorus of “I’m charged up”,  Drake shows the flat-out disdain for Mill and even Hot 97 DJ Funkmaster Flex for alleging the rapper of using a reference track for his song “10 Bands” and playing it on the radio. In a series of tweets, the DJ made the claim that Quentin Miller had wrote the track for Drake. Flex also claims to be in possession of reference tracks to songs like Big Sean’s “Blessings.” In response to this accusation, Miller took to his Tumblr page to say;

“I am not and never will be a “ghostwriter” for drake.. Im proud to say that we’ve collaborated .. but i could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together ..”

Listen to the track here and soak in the shade for yourself:


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