Thursday, September 29, 2016

Joe Budden ‘Making a Murderer’ Track: Drake Called ‘Murderer’? [LISTEN]

Joe Budden ‘Making a Murderer’ Track: Drake Called ‘Murderer’? [LISTEN]

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Popular American hip-hop star Joe Budden finally delivered his long-rumored diss track called “Making a Murderer Pt. 1” directly targeting Canadian rapper Drake. Does he call Drake a “Murderer”? Let us know below.

On the new diss song, Slaughterhouse member hits the OVO Sound boss with some musical shots. Budden himself felt that Drake fired off many subliminal on “4PM in Calabasas” at him, released earlier this month.

Produced by the mighty araabMUZIK, “Making a Murderer Pt. 1” targets the “Pop Style” rapper almost for a mind-crushing six-and-a-half minute. Over four verses, two interludes, and a hook, the “Pump it Up” rap-star basically creates an anti-Toronto song suite. The diss track is an after-effect of a rapping feud that started with Budden dissing Drake’s “Views” album on his podcast.

The lyrics aims for Drake:

“Show the world you shouldn’t poke a man with nothin’ to lose”

All of this just because I wasn’t in love with his Views”

Budden directly targeted Drake’s singing ability and his label deal by rapping:

“Y’all think he’s soul for real, I see candy rain

So, Aubrey when you sub real MCs, you get murdered

And since you signed to five guys, makes you a burger”

Besides Drizzy, Joe also fires some lines at Jay Z, Meek Mill.

“Since the OG’s Hov, here’s what I wanna know,

If ain’t no real n*ggas allowed the f*ck would I wanna go?

That’s thinkin’ back to Jay, now let’s get back to Drake

Both too big to respond to all I have to say

Still with all their success and all their accolades

The universe makes it so they come right back to me.”

Budden line which goes after Meek Mill:

“No alliances with Meek, It’s still f*ck him too.”

Our readers can listen to the track Here:

The rising conflict between the two rappers began on May 4 when Budden shared an honest critique of VIEWS on his “I’ll Name This Podcast Later” podcast. He mentioned Drake sounded “real f-ckin’ uninspired.” A week later, French Montana shared a clip of a new Drake collaboration. The 10-second video didn’t disclose much of Drake’s verse, except for a tattletale intro: “Pump, pump, pump it up”–a likely hint to Budden’s biggest hit.

In a new interview with Pitchfork, Joe Budden clarifies that he doesn’t want to fire up beef, rather he just wants to show Drake what competitive hip-hop is really about.

Do you think Drake will even respond to Joe Budden’s track?