Drake Drops Pusha-T & Kanye West Diss Track ‘Duppy Freestyle’

Drake may have settled his beef with Meek Mill, but he has a new target: Pusha-T. Following the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s diss on “Infrared,” the 6 God unleashes a scathing freestyle aimed at his rival and Kanye West.

“I’m in shock, the nerve, the audacity,” he raps on the opening lines. “So if you rebuke me for working with someone else on a couple of Vs, what do you really think of the ni**a that’s making your beats? / I’ve done things for him I thought that he never would need / Father had to stretch his hands out and get it from me.”

He continues, “Don’t push me when I’m in album mode / You’re not even top 5 as far as your label talent goes.”

He also makes reference to Kanye’s creative collaborator Virgil Abloh. “I could never have a Virgil in my circle and hold him back ’cause he makes me nervous,” he raps. “I wanna see my brothers flourish to their higher purpose / You ni**as leeches and serpents / I think it’s good that now the teachers are learning.”

Pusha’s drug-fueled raps and his Clipse brother Malice are also targeted. “Your brother said it was your cousin then him then you / So you don’t rap what you did, you just rap what you knew,” adds Drake. “Don’t be ashamed, there’s plenty ni**as who do what you do / There’s no Malice in your heart, you an approachable dude / Man, you might’ve sold to college kids for Nike and Mercedes, but you act like you sold drugs for Escobar in the ’80s / I had a microphone of yours, but then the signature faded / I think that pretty much resembles what’s been happening lately.”

He goes on to address his alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller. “Please believe your demise will be televised / And as for Q, man, I changed his life a couple times / Ni**a was at Kroger working double time / Y’all actin’ like he made the boy when I was tryna help the guy.”

“It’s gon’ be a cruel summer for you / I told Weezy and Baby I’ma done him for you / Tell ‘Ye we got an invoice coming to you / Considering that we just sold another 20 for you.”

The diss stems from Pusha’s latest track “Infrared” off his new album Daytona, on which he makes reference to Quentin Miller: “It was written like Nas, but it came from Quentin.”

After “Duppy” dropped, Pusha retweeted the link and referenced Drake’s lyrics, writing, “Send the invoice for the extra 20…”

UPDATE: Drake sent an invoice to Pusha’s manager and Def Jam EVP, Steven Victor, in the amount of $100,000 for “promotional assistance and career reviving.” He shared a screenshot of the invoice on Instagram with the caption: “You’re welcome.”

Drake's Invoice