Unlike Pusha T, Drake wasn’t going to take two years to respond.
The most talked-about track on King Push’s third-album, DAYTONA, was its closer “Infrared” in which the G.O.O.D. Music rapper formally responded to Drake’s “Two Birds, One Stone.” Wasting zero time, Drizzy shot back with a “Duppy Freestyle” less than 24 hours later.
With his Scorpion album impacting in June, Drizzy starts with “I’m in shock, the nerve, the audacity,” before jumping right in and suggesting that his own pen was behind Kanye West‘s lyrics on “Pop Style,” “30 Hours” and “Father, Stretch My Hands Pt. 1.” The rest of the track is loaded with quips like
“You older than the n***a you running behind”
“Don’t push me when I’m in album mode/ You are not even top 5 as far as your label talent goes.”
Drake also, surprisingly, admits that he received help from Quentin Miller: “And as for Q, man I changed his life a couple times/ N***a was at Kroger working double time/ Y’all acting like he made The Boy when I was trying to help the guy.”
Listen to it below. Pusha has, and he doesn’t seem too impressed.
Send the invoice for the extra 20… https://t.co/41rd4OJeMF
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 25, 2018
… and Drake obliged.