Meek Mill has released “Ooh Kill Em,” a diss track aimed at Kendrick Lamar. 

“I do it for the streets,” Meek Mill says on the song, which can be heard below. “You do it for the niggas with the backpack / I do it for the niggas on the corner tryin’ to make a meal ticket with a crack pack / Hold up, wait a minute, let me back track / Hov gave you 24, let you have that / Man, you claiming you the King of New York / What the fuck wrong with you nigga, snap back / Hundred shots, aimin’ straight at your snap cap / Everybody want the crown ’til I snatch that / Heard your gun go doo-doo-doo-doo / Well, my gun go blap-blap-blap-blap-blap.”

On “Ooh Kill Em,” which can be streamed on HipHopDX, Meek Mill also referenced diss songs from the likes of Jay Z and Nas. 

“What the fuck I gotta whisper to niggas to earn my respect just to get to these niggas,” Mill says on the song. “Go ‘Ether,’ ‘Takeover,’ a Jigga on niggas / Or really go Tupac and Biggie on niggas / What the fuck wrong with him / Like really, I’m sick of you niggas / You’ve been in the game like a year and some change / And you feeling yourself so I’m killing these niggas.”  

The song, which premiered on Philadelphia radio station Power 99, is likely in response to Kendrick Lamar’s much-discussed verse on Big Sean’s “Control,” where Lamar mentions several rappers including Meek Mill.

“I’m usually homeboys with the same niggas I’m rhymin’ with,” Kendrick Lamar says on “Control.” “But this is Hip Hop and them niggas should know what time it is / That goes for Jermaine ColeBig K.R.I.T.Wale / Pusha T, Meek MillA$AP RockyDrake / Big Sean, Jay Electron[ica], Tyler[, the Creator]Mac Miller / I got love for you all but I’m tryin’ to murder you niggas / Trying to make sure your core fans never heard of you niggas / [and that] they don’t want to hear not one more noun or verb from you niggas / What is competition? I’m trying to raise the bar high.” 

Soon after “Control” leaked, Meek Mill said Kendrick Lamar can “run that backpack, I’ma run these streets.” On September 5, Meek Mill released a diss song for Cassidy titled “Kendrick You Next.”  

Shortly after releasing “Kendrick You Next,” Meek Mill said he would begin writing for a Kendrick Lamar diss song

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