F euds are an integral part of rap : artists gain notoriety, win fans and develop followings on the power of their diss tracks and clapbacks. The latest two rappers to rise to the fore of the feud landscape are Drake and Pusha-T, who over Memorial Day weekend began trading insults back and forth. Drake and Pusha-T have a long history of beef, dating back to the early s and inter-label disputes — mostly Pusha-T tracks that criticized Drake for his loyalty to Lil Wayne and suggested a connection to a ghostwriter. That sparked a back-and-forth between the two artists for years. Miller has denied that allegation in the past. That, however, was not the end. The art for the song appears to be a picture of Drake in blackface, wearing a shirt and hoodie emblazoned with cartoon Jim Crow images. Some, including Billboard , have speculated that the image was originally intended as a form of social commentary, possibly by a Toronto clothing brand.
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Released on May 25, ,  the song is a diss track aimed at American rapper Pusha-T. The song was produced by Boi-1da and Jahaan Sweet. On the final track of Pusha-T's album Daytona , "Infrared", Pusha-T perpetuates allegations of ghostwriting which have been leveled against Drake. In response to the track, Drake released a song on the same day of the album's release called Duppy Freestyle. During the song Drake implies that he ghostwrote music for Kanye West in Wyoming,  while calling him a "leech and serpent" for resenting his former collaborator Virgil Abloh , as he left Kanye's company Yeezy to become Creative Director of Louis Vuitton. Drake ended the song by denying the ghostwriting allegations brought up by Meek Mill in their rap beef, and name dropping the wife of Pusha-T. Matthew Schnipper from Pitchfork magazine said, "He lets loose a big old exasperated sigh From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 25 September May 25,
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