Did Drake Just Blow Up Jay Z & Kanye’s Throne? 0 to 100. You Do the Math…(Audio)

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Drake just released a new track that is deceptively catchy and lyrical. On first listen to the 2-part song, it’s easy to get caught up in the dual personality of the track (a la Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2) and skip over the lyrical content. Upon review, however, what’s revealed is a track that gets increasingly specific and personal. Drizzy’s up and down relationship with Jay Z and Kanye West is well-documented by now and Hov seemed to have the biggest (if not the last) laugh on his We Made It Freestyle with Jay Electronica, after Drake’s “Draft Day” did not gain as much traction. By the end of “0 to 100,” however, Drake seems to have dusted off his shoulder and addressed a few problems…Check out the song and the the lyrics below and weigh in on whether you agree that this was a stealth but surgical attack on The Throne.

Here are some key lyrics from the song:

Fuck being on some chill shit
We got 0 to 100 nigga, real quick
They be on that rap to pay the bill shit
And I don’t feel that shit, not even a little bit
Oh Lord, know yourself, know your worth nigga
My actions been louder than my words nigga
How you sold albums, still so down to Earth, nigga
If niggas wanna do it, we can do it ya turf nigga

Imagine how I feel to watch another nigga at the top
You know that if it wasn’t you, you would be dissin’ you, dawg
Damn, okay, from that perspective
I can see what you’re talkin’ ’bout, no way to soften it
Cause me, I was tryna find out where I lost ’em at
But maybe I ain’t lose ’em at all
Maybe I keep movin’ forward and they just stagnant, they ain’t movin’ at all
But when they need a favor, who do they call?
Maybe I’m searchin’ for the problems, askin’ what was said and who was involved
Too focused on people’s feedback and provin’ ’em wrong
They say the shoe can always fit, no matter whose foot it’s on
These days feel like I’m squeezin’ in ’em
Whoever wore ’em before just wasn’t thinkin’ big enough
I’m ’bout to leave ’em with ’em
Cause if I run in the game in these, man the seams are splittin’
No pun intended but they’re smellin’ defeat in the air
Headed where nobody took it, who meetin’ me there?
They tell him that he’s talkin’ crazy but he doesn’t care
Bein’ humble don’t work as much as bein’ aware
Listen up, boy, you’re better off eavesdroppin’
We already got spring 2015 poppin’
PND droppin’, Reps-up P droppin’
Majid Jordan droppin’, OB droppin’, not to mention me droppin’
Feel like we paid the refs off, man we fixed the game
Me and Noel been at it before Twitter names
Yeah, been on the move like the lease is up
And I can’t even name one person that’s keepin’ up
Damn, fuck how I was in the past tense
Ask himself, how do we match up now?
Cause I’m only 27 and I’m only gettin’ better
If I haven’t passed you yet, watch me catch up now, forreal

Click here for the full lyrics at Rap Genius.

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