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Drake and Meek Mill's recent beef has been the talk of the music industry over the last few weeks, and now the Toronto rapper is looking to end the fight with a new single that features Blue Jays’ Joe Carter's World Series home run as its cover art.

By Extra Mustard
July 29, 2015

Drake and Meek Mill's recent beef has been the talk of the music industry over the last few weeks, and now the Toronto rapper is looking to end the fight with a new single that features Blue Jays’ Joe Carter's World Series home run as its cover art.

The fight began when Philadelphia's Meek Mill went on a Twitter tirade against Drake, claiming the ‘0 to 100’ rapper did not write the verses for many of his own hit songs, including his appearance on Mill's new album.

Drake has not publicly spoken about the accusations but has released two response songs, ‘Charged Up,’ which was released as part of his OVO Sound Radio program on Saturday, and Wednesday’s ‘Back to Back,’ which features a photo of Carter's iconic homer that gave Drake’s hometown the World Series victory over Meek Mill’s Phillies.

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The song, which contains explicit language, can be found on Drake's OVO label's Soundcloud page.

[Pitchfork]

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