Drake Raps Over Metro Boomin’s “BBL Drizzy” Diss on New Sexyy Red Song: Listen

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Sexyy Red has a new mixtape out today. The 14-track In Sexyy We Trust includes a new song with the St. Louis rapper’s “Rich Baby Daddy” collaborator Drake. Listen to the song, “U My Everything,” below.

Tay Keith and Drumatized served as the executive producers of In Sexyy We Trust, and Keith, in particular, produced “U My Everything.” Midway through Drake’s verse, however, a familiar beat pops up: “BBL Drizzy,” the diss instrumental that St. Louis producer Metro Boomin made available for free earlier this month. At that point in the track, Drake acknowledges the beat, rapping, “BBL Drizzy, they want a new body, they ask me for it.”

Metro Boomin dropped “BBL Drizzy” after Drake dissed him on “Family Matters.” The producer encouraged artists to make their own songs using the instrumental.

With their full-lengths We Don’t Trust You and We Still Don’t Trust You, Metro Boomin and his collaborator Future kickstarted the beef that has engrossed the hip-hop world this spring. Both albums are believed to be filled with veiled shots at Drake, and Kendrick Lamar used his guest verse on the first record’s “Like That” to take aim at the Canadian rapper. An array of diss tracks ensued, including Lamar’s “Euphoria,” which features the line, “When I see you stand by Sexyy Red, I believe you see two bad bitches.”

Tensions between Drake and Kendrick Lamar have, for the most part, cooled, but you can catch up on the whole situation with Alphonse Pierre’s “Drake and Kendrick’s Beef Is the Most Miserable Spectacle in Rap History.”