There's been evidence that Drake was going point bars at Joe Budden for podcasting that VIEWS was uninspired.
Drizzy appears to have done that and more in his new track '4 PM In Calabasas.'
All you self promoters are janky We established like the Yankees This whole fucking game thank us We movin' militant but somehow you the one tankin' No limit to where I can take it," Drake raps from the jump.Budden took this as a shot against him. (More on that later). But after a Chris Brown interlude -- And you know me as a Cris bottle sender -- the track becomes a massive diss to Puff Daddy, whom Drake had a notorious confrontation with in 2014 over the beat for '0 to 100'.
The higher I get, the less they accept me Even had the OG's tryna press me Ha-ha-ha-ha No way out cause I'm already in it,As the track progresses, Drake makes more "No Way Out"-like references to "OG" Diddy.
Budden jumped on Twitter to praise Drake for coming for him, and also suggested that Puff needs to respond.
Sounded inspired.— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) June 4, 2016
He snapped just now, even if he dissed me & Puff the whole time….. He ain’t sound that inspired in a minute (to me) — Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) June 4, 2016
Puff gotta fire back for the culture lol— Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) June 4, 2016
Can’t let a nigga grab the classic bad boy loop, then sing all your hits as he disses u & not fire back lol for HipHop! — Joe Budden (@JoeBudden) June 4, 2016
Listen to the track below and read the lyrics here.