Waka responds to Gucci’s Twitter rant and drops off this new track titled “Ice Cream”. Waka’s project From Roaches To Rolex is set to drop tomorrow.
Download “Ice Cream” Here
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Last week, the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards were taped down in Atlanta. Every year, the most anticipated element of the show are the cyphers. This year, TDE had their own one and K. Dot decided to send some shots at Aubrey, who has spoken out against Kendrick’s ‘Control’ verse.
K. Dot held a special show last night in Brooklyn. During his performance, he decided to respond to Meek Mill’s recent shots on ‘Ooh Kill Em’.
“I have no time for irrelevant niggaas or new niggaas. There’s one niggaa in particular that needs to realize that there’s ‘levels’ to this shit.”
Meek Mill keeps the new music coming and releases this new track called ‘Ooh Kill Em’. This one is aimed at Kendrick Lamar. ‘Dreamchasers 3′ mixtape dropping September 29th.
Previously: Meek Mill – Kendrick You Next (Freestyle)
Papoose disses Big Sean with this new freestyle over “First Chain”.
Cyssero fires another shot at Meek Mill on ‘Control Freak’, his version of Big Sean’s ‘Control’ record.
Previously: Cyssero – The Hunger (Video)
Earlier this year, Gillie Da Kid dropped his ‘King Of Philly 2′. He returns with a brand new record called ‘King Me’ produced by Batman. This serves as a response to Meek Mill’s recent subliminal tweets about being the King of Philly. Continue reading
Hold up wait a minute, y’all thought they were finished? Guess not. Cassidy just liberated this new record called ‘Dopest Out’ and sends more shots at the MMG rapper. He doesnt say any names but it is clear who he is talking about. Cassidy also challenges Meek to a battle once again. Meek responded in a tweet which you can see below.
Download “Dopest Out” Here
Previously: M3 ft. Cassidy – Co D’s (It’s Me)
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) June 9, 2013