Meek Mill Drop Kendrick Lamar Diss Track “Ooh Kill Em” [AUDIO]

Kendrick Lamar did injected some hype in hip-hop with that infamous “Control” verse.

Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill is the latest rapper to took issue and respond with a new diss track “Ooh Kill Em.”

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Kendrick Lamar named a lot of rappers on the verse including Drake, A$AP Rocky, Meek Mill, Wale, Pusha T, Mac Miller and more. While most has only so far shared their thoughts on the verse, not many dared to respond with a diss track.

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On the “Control” verse, K-Dot has also declared himself the king of New York.

Lets look at what Meek Mill has to say on “Ooh Kill Em.”

“I do it for the streets/ You do it for the ni–as with the backpack / I do it for the ni–as 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 f wrong with you ni–a, 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.”

The single samples Dr. Dre and Eminem classic “Forget About Dre.”

Listen to Meek Mill “Ooh Kill Em” below.

Should Drake and others respond to Kendrick Lamar with a diss track?

Sound off in comments below.



  2. Sound like a on crock. Cant

  3. Norman 'Mention' Francis

    Kendricks verse on Control was never a diss in the first place lol! 905 of you just comprehended wrong lol! when he mentioned the king of New York and king of the west he was referring to him embodying Biggie and Pac.