onstage during the 2014 ESPYS at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 16, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

Hip-Hop Reacts to Drake’s “Back to Back” Diss Track

No one was expecting Drake to unleash a second diss track centered around Meek Mill, especially “Back to Back.” With Drake’s initial response, “Charged Up,” released Saturday (July 25), to mediocre reviews, it seemed Meek was arguably winning the highly publicized beef. Until today that is. Upon the unveiling of “Back to Back,” the venomous track Drake dropped after Meek and Hot 97 built up hype but did not deliver on Meek’s diss, allegedly set for release this Monday, the internet went crazy after hearing the Toronto star’s second comeback.


With lines like “is that a world tour or your girl’s tour,” “trigger fingers turn to twitter fingers”, and “shout-out to all my boss b*tches wife-in ni**as;” Drizzy has undoubtedly occupied the throne of the ongoing beef.

But, who’s to say Meek won’t come through with the hammer? Only time will tell.

For now, check out what hip-hop had to say about Drake’s new release.

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