New Music Alert: “Ooh Kill Em” Meek Mill Disses Kendrick Lamar

| September 8, 2013 | 1 Comment

Words by Alyson Robinson

Philadelphia rapper, Meek Mill, dropped his new song “Ooh Kill Em” as a diss track to Kendrick Lamar, who recently called out Meek Mill along with others in his verse on the Big Sean track “Control.” “Ooh Kill Em”  premiered in Philadelphia on the Cosmic Kev radio show on Power 99.

Apart from the obvious mention of Kendrick Lamar claiming himself as the King of New York, the song’s beat is a remix of the classic Dr. Dre’s song  “Forgot About Dre,” and is a clear stab at Kendrick who is coincidentally signed to Dr. Dre’s record label, Aftermath.

The song’s title and hook makes reference to Terio, a young popular Vine, and now YouTube, sensation, who is dubbed “the kid who saved Vine.”

On September 5th, Meek Mill’s target was Cassidy, who he released a song about titled, “Kendrick Your Next.” The title which served as a preview to “Ooh Kill Em” now makes complete sense. What do you guys think about Meek Mill’s response, hot? or not?

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