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On his Hot 97 radio show last night (July 30), Funkmaster Flex released three more reference tracks of Quentin Miller rapping Drake songs. “Know Yourself,” “Used To” and “R.I.C.O.” are the songs for which the reference tracks were released. The last cut was a Drake feature on Meek Mill’s Dreams Worth More Than Moneyand the song that Mill initially claimed the Toronto rapper didn’t write. Meek Mill also released his first Drake diss track, “Wanna Know” on the show. He sampled the “Know Yourself” reference track and Drake’s shoutout to his hometown, “Running through the six with my woes.” Last week, the radio host released a reference track for “10 Bands,” seemingly proving Mill’s initial comments that Drake doesn’t write his own lyrics. Miller responded denying that he is a ghostwriter for Drake. Listen to the three reference tracks below: For additional Drake – Meek Mill coverage, watch the following DX Daily:

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