The feud between the rappers started back in 2015
Drake and Meek Mill have shared the new video for their collaborative track ‘Going Bad’, proving once again that their past beef is well and truly behind them.
The pair began feuding in 2015 after Mill accused Drake of using a ghostwriter on their collaboration ‘R.I.C.O.’ The situation then spiralled into a series of diss tracks, including Drake’s ‘Back To Back’.
Last September the two rappers put an end to the feud after Meek Mill joined the Toronto star onstage in Boston. Drake later contributed to Meek Mill’s track ‘Going Bad’ and the pair have now released a new video for the track. ‘Going Bad’ is taken from Meek’s 2018 album ‘Championships’ – his first release after being released from prison in April 2018.
Directed by Kid Art, the new video sees Meek and Drake gambling on a horse race before crashing their cars head-on. There are also cameos from the likes of T.I., Swizz Beatz, Nipsey Hussle, Mustard, J Prince, Jas Prince, PnB Rock, Shy Glizzy, and the Dreamchasers.
The video comes after Drake reportedly turned down an offer to perform at the 2019 Grammys. Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino also reportedly turned down a live slot.
The annual music awards ceremony will take place on Sunday (February 10), with all three up for numerous awards.
Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich, however, told the New York Times that, despite having nearly 20 nominations between them, all three stars had declined to perform at the event. Representatives for each artist also declined to comment on whether they would be attending the ceremony at all.