JAY-Z



Drake and Jay-Z first collaborated in 2009 on the "Blueprint 3" song "Off That" and then again for Drake's debut album "Thank Me Later" on the stand out song "Light Up."









Though Drake and rapper Jay-Z have previously collaborated, in 2011, Drake subliminal dissed Jay-Z and Kanye West on DJ Khaled's "I'm On One", saying, "I'm just feeling like the throne is for the taking... watch me take it."





He again criticized the two on his subsequent songs "Club Paradise", "Money Dreams Can Buy", "Headlines", "Over My Dead Body" and "The Ride".





















Kanye West subliminal disses him "Otis", saying "Niggas talking real reckless; stuntmen/I adopted these niggas, Phillip Drummond them/Now I'm about to make them tuck their whole summer in."





On Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV track "I'm Good", both take turns dissing The Throne (Jay-Z and Kanye West) with Drake saying "Please pardon my brother/He's just angry at you niggas who don't have your heart in your rap shit/And got too fucking comfy, cause we still fucking hungry" & Wayne saying "Talkin’ ‘bout baby money? I gotcha baby money. Kidnap your bitch, get that, How much you love your lady? money."





And then Lil Wayne freestyled this little gem on stage: "I met a red-bone, I took the girl home/I asked her what she wanna watch, she said, 'surely not The Throne'"





Then again in 2012, Drake subliminal disses G.O.O.D. Music on Meek Mill's "Amen" saying in his verse "Talking bout these other rappers getting old is even getting old/Worry about your followers, you need to get your dollars up/Me and Meek, young niggas popping like our collars up/And good ain't good enough, and your hood ain't hood enough."





In 2014, in a Rolling Stone interview, Drake mocked Jay-Z's love for fine art, saying, "It's like Hov can't drop bars these days without at least four art references! I would love to collect at some point, but I think the whole rap/art world thing is getting kind of corny."

Jay-Z responded on Jay Electronica's remix of "We Made It", rapping, "Sorry, Mrs. Drizzy, for so much art talk/Silly me rappin' 'bout shit that I really bought."





Drake responded back with a quick jab on "Draft Day", rapping, "just hits, no misses, that's for the married folk."





Jay again dissed Drake on DJ Khaled's "They Don't Love You No More", calling him as "soft as a lacrosse team".






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