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The suitable 10 Hip Hop Singles Of The Week: Meek Mill, Drake & Amber Rose

Drake and Meek Mill as soon as once again trade diss tracks at one one other in a feud that doesn't seem like letting up every time soon.
This week, Drake launched "summer time Sixteen," the lead single off his upcoming album, Views From The 6. right through the music, the younger funds artist identify-drops a string of rappers and fires off a slew of jabs at long-standing rival, Meek Mill. Following the best of the song final Saturday (January 30), Meek Mill dropped off his own Drake diss song within the form of "warfare ache." in different places this week, Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian raised the eyebrows of many after the pair had been pictured together following ultimate month's Twitter feud between Kardashian's husband, Kanye West, and Rose's estranged husband, Wiz Khalifa.
Meek Mill Fires returned At Drake With "battle pain"
almost immediately after the top of the line of Drake's "summer season Sixteen," Meek Mill hit again with a brand new release of his personal within the type of "battle pain." The music, which is produced via Ben Billions and Danny Boy patterns, features Omelly who's at the moment signed to Meek Mill's Dream Chasers records.
Drake Releases "summer Sixteen" Off "Views From The 6"
Drake premiered "summer time Sixteen" by way of his OVOSOUND RADIO reveal on Apple music's Beats 1 last Saturday (January 30). The music acts because the lead single to the Toronto rapper's totally anticipated, upcoming album, Views From The 6. during the reduce, Drizzy takes goal at Meek Mill and fellow Toronto rapper-singer-songwriter, Tory Lanez.
Amber Rose & Kim Kardashian appear To Hash It Out Following Kanye & Wiz Feud
Amber Rose and Kim Kardashian have been pictured collectively at the Ace of Diamonds gents's membership in los angeles earlier this week. The picture, which each Rose and Kardashian posted to their Instagram money owed, raised the eyebrows of many as Kardashian's husband, Kanye West, and Rose's estranged husband, Wiz Khalifa, exchanged a series of disses at one an additional over Twitter late remaining month. In a short video published this past Tuesday (February 2), HipHopDX's Brooke Morre gave a short rundown of the graphic that had everyone speaking.
This week's desirable 10 is as follows:

  • Meek Mill f. Omelly – "war ache"
  • Drake – "summer season Sixteen"
  • Amber Rose & Kim Kardashian Hash Out at Strip membership [Video]
  • Future f. Nas – "March insanity (Remix)"
  • Quentin Miller – "Mentions"
  • Future – "Fly Shit most effective"
  • Scott Storch Talks Drake, Jay Z, Dr Dre & Hip Hop industry [Video]
  • Future – "In Abundance"
  • Noah "40" Shebib On "The Smokebox"
  • DX every day – Martin Shkreli: i could Smack Ghostface Killah [Video]

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