Better late than never. Meek Mill has fired back with a response song to Drake’s “Back to Back” diss song. The Philly rhymer’s track premiered on Hot 97 during Funkmaster Flex’s radio program on Thursday night (July 30).

Produced by Jhalil Beats and Swizz Beats and includes a portion of the alleged reference track for Drake’s “Know Yourself” rapped by Quentin Miller, the MMG rapper throws a couple hard lyrical jabs at the OVO leader.

On the song, Mill accuses Drake of being fake and compares him to Milli Vanilli for not writing his own rhymes.

"I just wanna know, I just wanna know / How these niggas acting like they true but really faking / People acting like a G.O.A.T. / I just wanna know, I just wanna know / Was it Quentin Miller, was it Usher, or was it Detail where you got your flow? / (Milli Vanilli-ass n----)," he raps on the hook.

Near the end of the track Mill drops another zinger, "N----s frauds I told the truth, don’t ask me s--- / All this industry fake enemy and rap s--- / It’s never really my style we got cash to get / I really started from nothing now it’s back to s--- / Puffy almost caught a domestic when he smacked that bitch."

Although Mill spits a couple of acidic lines at the Toronto rhymer, the Soundcloud cover of a photoshopped Drake looking like Milli Vanilli is hilarious and over the top.

The "House Party" rapper also throws a lyrical shot at Nicki Minaj's ex-boyfriend Safaree Samuels who recently had some choice words for the both of them.

Mill's response song doesn’t end the diss-a-thon between these two superstar rappers. Judging by a tweet (see below), it looks like the Dreams Worth More Than Money creator has another song in the chamber. Plus, OVO Sound artist ILOVEMAKONNEN insinuated in his tweet that Drizzy has a third Mill diss song ready to go as well.

Meanwhile, Drake responds with the perfect Instagram photo (see below).

So this rap feud is far from over. Check out Meek Mill's song below.

Listen to Meek Mill's Drake Diss Song "Wanna Know"

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