It looks like the feud between Drake and DJ Drama is finally over, and it may be thanks to Jack Harlow.
Many were surprised on Wednesday (May 4) to see Drake appear on the track list for Jack Harlow’s sophomore album, “Come Home The Kids Miss You”. Harlow signed to the record label of DramaGeneration Now, but the DJ clarified on Twitter when the album was released on Friday (May 6) that the beef between him and the Toronto mogul was finally over.
“Gotta stop this narrative lol,” tweeted Drama. “Me and Drake are done. Grown men, and beyond that jack and Drake cultivate their own relationship. Now everyone will hear the song ‘Churchill Downs’!!”
The rivalry between Drake and DJ Drama dates back to 2015, when word got around that mixtape king Gangsta Grillz had spoken to Meek Mill what Drake hadn’t written his own verse for the Philadelphia lyricist’s 2015 single “RICO.”
The ghostwriting allegations surrounding the Dreams Worth More Than Money track would eventually escalate into a now-notorious beef between the two rappers, which culminated in Drizzy writing his Grammy-nominated diss track “Back to Back.”
The two rappers have since resolved their differences, but for a long time there remained indications from Drake and Drama that the duo had no interest in repairing their relationship. Drake appeared to take aim at Drama on DJ Khaled’s 2016 single “For Free”, and when Drama sat down for a Drink Champs interview with NORE in 2021, he confirmed that the OVO boss retaliated against him at one point for having sex. sex with an ex-girlfriend.
We gotta stop this narrative lol. Me & Drake been put that to rest. Grown men shit, and beyond that Jack & Drake cultivated their own relationship. Now erybody go stream that “Churchill Downs”!! https://t.co/UftIdiQY07
— DJ DRAMA (@DJDRAMA) May 6, 2022