Drake Raps About Meek Mill, Trump on Lil Wayne’s New Song “Family Feud”
Better late than never. Lil Wayne put out his highly-anticipated mixtape, Dedication 6, on Christmas Day, and though it features a healthy dose of Young Money artists, including Nicki Minaj, Gudda Gudda, Cory Gunz, Euro and HoodBaby, Drake was noticeably missing. Especially after Drizzy teased a collab a few weeks back that was thought to be on the offering. Now, almost one week after the release of the project, we get the Tune and Aubrey collab, "Family Feud."
The title should sound familiar as Wayne and Drake are rapping over JAY-Z's "Family Feud," which he recently dropped the video for. The Young Money duo catches wreck over the No I.D. track, which is driven by an inspiring sample from "Ha Ya" by The Clark Sisters.
The OVO rapper taps into a zone, touching on a number of topics including Meek Mill's current situation. "We gon' have to break the billi' curse/I need my paper long like 'A Milli' verse/Or, too long like a sentence from a Philly judge/Fuck is the point in all the beefing when we really blood/Nobody wins when the family feuds, nigga/Everybody gotta eat, we can't exclude niggas," he rhymes.
Staying in boss mode, Drizzy closes the verse out with the lines, "If I ever see Trump he better salute niggas/Much as we do nigga."
Wayne goes in for an extended verse. Kicking lines about his own family feud with Cash Money, he spits, "Stuck my neck out and shit/Then got the heck out that shit/And when I did, I took the special effect out of that shit."
The release of this new track lends credence to reports that Wayne would drop two versions of the mixtape.
Listen to Lil Wayne and Drake's "Family Feud" freestyle below.
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