Drake has released a new single, and it's full of shade taking aim at Kanye West and Pusha T.
On Friday, Pusha T released an album called Daytona that was produced by Kanye. On the album is a diss track called Infrared, which accuses Drake of using a ghostwriter called Quentin.
A day later, Drake clapped back with a track called Duppy Freestyle. The Root pointed out that 'duppy' is a reference to the word ghost in Jamacian patios - a clever way to address the whole ghostwriter accusations.
Drake also took aim at Kanye in the track, questioning Pusha's decision to hire him as a producer.
Drake also promised Pusha that he's sending him an invoice for helping him sell more records. 'Ye we got a invoice coming to you, considering that we just sold another 20 for you.'