Meek Mill Responds to Kendrick Lamar on ‘Ooh Kill Em’
Meek Mill is on a lyrical warpath! Just a few days after releasing a Cassidy diss song called ‘Kendrick You Next,’ the Philly spitfire unleashes his response to Kendrick Lamar‘s verse on Big Sean‘s track ‘Control.’
On the blistering track ‘Ooh Kill Em,’ Mill jacks the beat from Dr. Dre‘s ‘Forgot About Dre’ and tells K.Dot that he’s the one reppin’ the streets.
“I do it for the streets / You do it for the n—-s with the backpack / I do it for the n—-s on the corner / Tryin’ to make a meal ticket with a crack pack,” he raps.
He then adds, “Man, you claiming you the King of New York / What the f— wrong with you n—-, snap back / Hundred shots, aimin’ straight at your snap cap / Everybody want the crown ’til I snatch that / Heard your gun go doo-doo-doo-doo / Well, my gun go blap-blap-blap-blap-blap.”
Mill also makes references to other historic rap battles like Jay Z and Nas before dropping this lyrical zinger, “Like really, I’m sick of you n—-s / You’ve been in the game like a year and some change / And you feeling yourself / So I’m killin’ these n—-s.”
Mill brings some lyrical fire to the Compton emcee on ‘Ooh Kill ‘Em,’ so it would be interesting to hear what Lamar thinks of the track.
Apparently, the song will appear on Meek Mill’s upcoming mixtape, ‘Dreamchasers 3,’ which will hit stores later this month.
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Listen to Meek Mill’s Song ‘Ooh Kill Em’ (Kendrick Lamar Response)