Tee Grizzley and Meek Mill are ready for “Beef” on their highly-anticipated collaboration.
Over thumping production by Helluva Beats, the Detroit MC and Philly rapper flex on their rivals. “A ni**a diss me in these raps, how we gon’ go about it?” asks Meek. “When we wack ’em, shit, Obama probably gon’ know ’bout it / Load the chopper, crack the window when we rollin’ by / Fuck a drive-by, run ’em down so we know we got ’em.”
Meanwhile, Tee Grizzley has a similar recipe for cooking beef. “If I want a ni**a gone, he a dead man,” he raps. “Say my name on his song, he a dead man / Tryin’ to hide behind your ni**as, that’s your man’s ass / I leave his whole body bloody, call him Redman.”
This year, Tee Grizzley broke onto the scene with “First Day Out,” a buzzing street single that catapulted itself to No. 48 on the Billboard Hot 100. Meanwhile, Meek is coming off his latest album, Wins & Losses, which is currently No. 20 on the Billboard 200.
Next up, Tee will hit the road on the “Ain’t It a Blessing Tour,” which kicks off Oct. 4 in Seattle and wraps in his hometown of Detroit on Oct. 30.