In Drake’s on-wax absence, members of his Young Money squad have stepped up to match up against Drizzy’s rap rival Pusha T and the G.O.O.D. Music gang.
And after YM’s first lady of rap, Nicki Minaj, entered her vote for Team Drizzy amid his beef with King Push, one of the label’s younger talents, Lil Twist, now has some choice words—and bars—for the G.O.O.D. Music family.
Twist dropped off his own lyrical clap back in honor of Drake titled, “Message 2 G.O.O.D. Music,” a three-minute, trap-rhythmic SoundCloud track which, judging by its lyrics, is purported as a warning to Pusha and Yeezy.
“Ain’t no f**kin’ pushin’ me/ Take a n**ga to the cliff and push ’em off, Pusha-T,” he raps. “Who is he?/ Sh** I heard about where he chill, Sh** I heard about where he live.”
The 25-year-old continued his tirade with more threatening heeds for the label, even flexing his knowledge of the OG rap wars, such as that of Ice Cube and Cypress Hill.
“Nah, for real, you n**gas weak,” he continues. “G.O.O.D. Music need to chill, Before I show ‘em what’s real, Ice Cube, Cypress Hill.”
We’re sure the record doesn’t stand in place of that J. Prince-asserted diss track response from Drizzy, which now, may never see the light of day. But, at least fans will be happy to know the Young Money kin is sticking together on this one.
Listen to Twist’s “Message 2 G.O.O.D. Music” below.
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