Over the weekend Drake released his long-awaited More Life project which basically threw the Internet and music world into a frenzy. The album features contributions from a deep cast of producers and artists from all around the globe, with a particular shine on those UK based. But some of the tracks off the album have fans wondering if Drizzy was dissing some of his past rivals.
In a new video, Genius compiled the lines on some notable tracks off More Life seemingly pointed at Jay Z, Meek Mill, Tory Lanez and even Kid Cudi. Additionally, on “Ice Melts” featuring Young Thug, Drake once again expresses his affection for Nicki Minaj noting her recent break up with Meek Mill.
Young Dylan is this small 7-year old rapper that is lighting the internet up by singing his favorite rapper’s songs. Dylan resides in Annapolis, Maryland with his family, and he has actually been on television several times, his second appearance being on The Ellen Show.
Dylan has had a ton of attention online being featured online in various Twitter posts and through YouTube videos. Dylan has recently received a lot of attention for rapping some of Drakes songs, and he even plays up to the camera.
Young Dylan has the opportunity to meet Drake last summer during the “Summer Sixteen Tour” where Drake signed the little rapper’s threads and called the boy the “Real 6-God”.
Everyone in the audience was excited to see this young rapper perform “Child’s Play”. The first time that Young Dylan was on The Ellen Show he rapped “For Free”, which is Drake’s hit with DJ Khaled. This young gun wants to be a rapper when he gets older, and he has quite the fan base already.
During the Summer Sixteen tour concert in Toronto Friday Drake had some choice words for the crowd, as well as the usual excitement and plenty of fantastic Drizzy tunes. Some of the tour shows had to be postponed because of an injured ankle but the Toronto rapper was back in his stride when he hit the stage in the 6. Drake’s tour is winding down but it was clear that the energy from the crowd was feeding the rapper so he gave a shout out at his competition from the stage. “Other rappers, I don’t give a fuck about none of these other singers. Nobody can talk to me ’cause I’m from the 6. I go over there by myself, and I do it every single motherfucking time, boy.”
Drizzy is not the first rapper to speak out to their competition from a public forum without actually naming names, but over the last few years there have been a number of feuds between the 6 God and other rappers and artists. Joe Budden, Meek Mill, and Tory Lanez are just a few of the fellow artists that have had a feud with Drizzy, so his shout out could have been aimed at any of them or even all of them collectively.