Drake has the internet buzzing with his three new songs including “Charged Up,” which is reportedly his response song to Meek Mill’s accusations that he doesn’t write his own rhymes.

Over a haunting groove, Drizzy drops a couple of zingers at the Philly rhymer and any haters who want to test him and his OVO Sound crew.

I'm done doing favors for people / Cause it ain’t like I need the money I make off a feature," he raps, adding, "I’m trying to take the high road / I still got love for my idols / I got me a deal with Apple and I still feel in TIDAL (entitled)."

Near the end of the song, Drake drops a nugget for haters to think about. "It’s sound, sound, sound ‘til the day I die / We going live to keep this s--- alive / Cops are killing people with their arms up / And your main focus is tryna harm us? / And you think you ‘bout to starve us? / N----s ain’t about to starve us," he spits.

In addition to "Charged Up," Drake also released two new tracks: "Right Hand" and "Hotline Bling," which is his remix of D.R.A.M.'s "Cha Cha."

Overall, the Toronto rhymer is still keeping things hot for the summer.

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Listen to Drake's Song "Right Hand"

Listen to Drake's Song "Hotline Bling"

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