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Drake Ghost Pusha T In New Song “Duppy Freestyle”


Drake issued a take-down of Pusha T in new song “Duppy Freestyle.”

The Toronto rap star posted the track on SoundCloud just moments ago sending his fans into a frenzy. The title of the track “Duppy Freestyle” borrows another element of Jamaican culture. The word “Duppy” in Jamaica really means ghost or evil spirit. Drake did just that with this fiery freestyle, he flamed his haters. This is the latest single to be released by Drake ahead of the release of his new album “Scorpion in June of this year. While he didn’t specify the exact date in June, we’re told that it could arrive very early in the month.

Drake has been dominating the charts since the start of this year with “God’s Plan” and “Nice For What” currently holding the number two and three spots on the Hot 100 chart. All over the chart you will find the Young Money rapper name in the credits for songs like “Look Alive” with BlacBoy JB and “Walk It Talk It” with Migos off their new album Culture II.

“Duppy Freestyle” arrives just hours after Pusha T drops his new album Daytona which features a diss track aimed at Drake called “Infrared.” It sure didn’t take long for Drizzy to respond just like he did in his beef with Meek Mill in 2015.

“You send shots, well, I got to challenge those / But I bring Calicos to the Alamo / I could never have a Virgil in my circle and hold him back ’cause he makes me nervous / I wanna see my brothers flourish to their higher purpose / You ni**as leeches and serpents, Drake raps. The entire single is riddle with shots at the G.O.O.D. Music rapper and even Kanye West gets a namedrop with Drizzy saying he will be sending over an invoice for helping with his album sales.

Listen to “Duppy Freestyle” below.