Drake finally confirms The Weeknd beef is squashed in new drill track 'War'
24 December 2019, 10:38
Drizzy has dropped a new track called "War", where he reveals him and The Weeknd have mended their differences.
While the Canadian rapper dropped off amazing visuals for the songs, fans have pointed out that he raps about the current status of his and The Weeknd's relationship.
In the song, Drake raps about his relationship with The Weeknd and others.
Drizzy raps "OVOXO link up, man don't drink up, me in the trailers/Hawk and Stix and Cash and Baka, Gucci, P, and Gilla/And the boy that sound like he sang on Thriller/You know that's been my n***a, yeah/We just had to fix things, family, 6 tings, we can't split up".
In the rap, Drizzy raps about Hawk Marley, Stix, and Cash, who are aligned with XO. While, Baka Not Nice, Preme, and Gilla are aligned with Reps Up and OVO.
The 33-year-old rapper spits over the Drill beat, which was produced by AXL Beats.
Drake ends the track by rapping, "Anyone I'm beefin' with is a no name/N***as can't even win home games/They just gotta fall in line like Soul Train."
The track is on the newly released El-Kuumba Tape Vol. 1 by OVO's Oliver El-Khatib and Kuumba International.
Earlier this year, The Weeknd allegedly referenced Drake’s secret child on Gesaffelstein’s “Lost In The Fire,” seemingly aiming to reignite his beef with Drizzy.
The pair's beef seemingly began after The Weeknd signed a record deal with Republic Records instead of Drake's OVO Sound imprint.
They eventually sorted things out, but allegedly fell out again over The Weeknd’s contributions to Take Care and Drizzy allegedly seeing Abel’s now-ex girlfriend, Bella Hadid, during the couple's off time.
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