"Stay Down", an unreleased Drake and Busta Rhymes track from 2012, leaked recently.
In the cut, the Busta and Drake -- who were both on Cash Money at the time -- rap over a J. Dilla beat. Swizz Beatz also seems to have been involved with "Stay Down." In a chat with Busta, the veteran producer makes it clear that he felt a way about "Stay Down" not being released and blames Drake for that feeling.
Swizz Beatz calls Drake p*ssy after discussing a leaked collab between Drake and Busta Rhymes. pic.twitter.com/56vCFtzi6K— Rap Alert (@__rapalert) June 21, 2020
“At the end of the day, ni**as is p*ssy for real, let’s go, pop off," Swizz said about Drake, after telling Busta his filter is down and Busta warning him to think before he speaks.
Swizz followed that up by calling Drake a "little guy."
Also says he’s a “little guy” pic.twitter.com/MA3OX6kokc— Rap Alert (@__rapalert) June 21, 2020
“My whole energy was based off for something that got leaked that you couldn’t put out, no matter what the circumstances is. But it’s cool, I ain’t got no problem, that’s a little guy, that’s a guy, that’s a little guy,” Swizz explained. “And we made a lot of great things together, there’s no personal thing."
Here's the track that wasn't that got Swizz going.
Update: Swizz apologizes:
Swizz Beatz issues an apology to Drake 👀 pic.twitter.com/uBlZVpGNs5— 🗝 (@DiaryOfKeysus) June 22, 2020