Nicki Minaj Trashed by Ex Safaree Samuels, but Behold: The 11 Most Epic Diss …

29 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Drake reignites Meek Mill feud with diss track declaring “we’re at war” but Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend fires quick response.

The Canadian rapper has released three new songs, one of which is a diss track, clearly aimed at Meek called Charged Up on Beats 1 OVO Sound Radio show.Last week, the Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill dissed Drake, insisting that the Canadian MC uses ghostwriters, in particular on their recent collaboration R.I.C.O.Nicki Minaj and rapper boyfriend Meek Mill are spending a whole lot of time together, so it was only right they should do the same in their new music video.

In it, Drake raps: “I stay silent ’cause we’re at war and I’m very patient/ 6 God is watching/ I just hope you’re prepared to face him/ I’m charged up/ Wow, I’m honored you think this is staged/ I’m flattered, man/ In fact, I’m amazed.” Meek Mill was set to share his own ‘diss’ track. Starring alongside Chris Brown; their new hit All Eyes On You is one long PDA-filled love fest for the musicians as they share endless kisses in the smokin’ new video.

The hit, from the 28-year-old’s new album Dreams Worth More Than Money, sees poor Chris as a bit of a third wheel as he gives another incredible vocal performance. But if Mill is hot, Drake is perhaps the biggest thing going in hip-hop in the recent years, and his cultural influence has only expanded with his recent partnership with Apple, thought to be worth $19m.

In more scenes, Nicki shows off he famous curves in a denim bikini as she makes the most of an outdoor pool, before playing more tonsil tennis with her beau. In February she then posted a caption-less picture of Meek kissing her, seemingly confirming their romance. “It’s definitely real,” he told the magazine. “But it ain’t really time to get married yet. Kendrick Lamar dismissed the practice on his recent song King Kunta: “A rapper with a ghostwriter?/ What the fuck happened?” Indeed, creativity is valued over almost everything else in hip-hop.

The Sugarhill Gang rapper Big Bank Hank used some of Grandmaster Caz’s rhymes on the genre’s first big hit, 1979’s Rapper’s Delight, without so much as bothering to change his ID. “I’m the C-A-S-N/the O-V-A/ and the rest is F-L-Y,” he rhymed, inadvertently shouting out the name of Caz’s alter-ego, Casanova Fly. Kanye West has been accused of using uncredited ghostwriters, including Consequence. “I helped out with some of the rhymes from ‘Champion’,” Consequence told MTV, describing the Graduation track. “I mean, there’s a lot of joints [that were not credited].” And that’s the rub.

Others point out that Miller has lots of credits on Drake’s most recent mixtape, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, and he was even given a co-writing credit for R.I.C.O.

Here you can write a commentary on the recording "Nicki Minaj Trashed by Ex Safaree Samuels, but Behold: The 11 Most Epic Diss …".

* Required fields
All the reviews are moderated.
Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts

About this site