WASHINGTON, May 26 (UPI) -- Rapper Meek Mill has emerged again from a bout of obscurity after a feud with Drake left his camp seemingly speechless.
The musician and boyfriend to Nicki Minaj dropped a new track, an "All The Way Up" remix, dissing his enemy and claiming again that he doesn't write his own songs. The track features fellow rapper Fabolous.
"This is hop hop, you ain't write it, don't record it," Mill says on the remix track before alluding to a possible relationship with Rihanna, whose song "Work" features Drake. "That chick standing right beside you, I done popped that," he adds.
The new track comes almost a year after Drake dropped two diss tracks singling out Mill for claiming the Toronto artist didn't write his own work. Following the tracks, Mill dropped a response EP titled 4/4.
On the track "Hype" featured in Drake's latest album, the highly anticipated Views from the 6, the rapper makes sure to refer to his ongoing feud with Mill.
"I don't run out of material/You shouldn't speak on me period/You try to give your side of the story/They heard it/But they weren't hearing it," he rapped.
Drake has yet to respond to the latest Meek Mill track.