Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. First up, we have the tentatively titled "Charged Up" — a lengthy, subliminally accomplished track with more than its fair share of tweetables. Though Drake largely abstains from real-life feuds of the petty variety, the Flex -aided ghostwriter accusations certainly prompted something — anything — from the 6 god in the way of a creatively delivered clarification. With much ceremony, Drake certainly delivered — as "Charged Up" provides the distinctive brand of partially subtle, partially transparent confidence of emotion with which we've all become very familiar :. Never one to fully embrace specificity, Drake's track tows the battle line without burying itself in eventually outmoded references. Though we'll likely never see Drake speak directly on ghostwriting, the sentiment still stands. In short, even if those ghostwriting accusations proved themselves undeniably true — would it matter? Of course not.
Drake- Charged up’s tracks
A different version of the song with humorous lyrics was used in the Saturday Night Live skit "Drake's Beef",  in the May 14, show Season 41, Episode 20 , which Drake performed on and hosted. On July 22, , Meek Mill publicly criticized Drake on Twitter after being upset with the latter's non-involvement with the promotion of his album Dreams Worth More Than Money , claiming that Drake had used ghostwriters to write his verse on " R. It could also be a reference to the Back-to-Back release of diss tracks. Meek Mill later responded with another diss song about Drake, titled " Wanna Know ".
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