Do we call it a 3 peat?

With a weekend full of back and forth with Drake and Meek Mill filling up the timelines, how can we not add those diss tracks in our third edition to our music playlists?

If you don’t know yet, Drake used his Beats 1 show OVO Sound Radio to announce new music – the biggest announcement being that his long-awaited ‘Views From The 6′ album will finally be released this coming April. He also used the show to drop his new track “Summer Sixteen” taking shots at everyone from Meek Mill to Kanye West: “Now I got a bigger pool than Ye, and, look, man, Ye’s pool is nice/ Mine’s just bigger is what I’m saying.”

Unforunately, every version of the song has been taken down from soundcloud, so adding it to our playlist deemed difficult. However, for your convenience we have added the track below:  

Luckily, Meek Mill’s response is on Soundcloud and features as the first track on our new edition. Take a listen to it and let us know what you think.

Another track that was listed in our original playlist was ‘Rihanna ft Drake – Work’ which was also taken down on soundcloud.

The song’s availability is scattered right now. Tidal subscribers can listen to the track here, and you can also purchase it on iTunes and stream it through Apple Music. If you’re a Spotify user or a YouTube lurker, you’re out of luck: “Work” isn’t available on those services yet. With that being said, you can hear the song in full by visiting Tidal’s homepage and clicking on the artwork.


Whether it’s on your way to school or work, during your workout at the gym or getting shots up down at the London Basketball Centre (The Regal Court), everyone listens to music. So what is the best way to stimulate your auditory needs?

Over on our SoundCloud page, we have begun implementing a brand new feature for your convenience. We’ll be delivering a playlist every Monday with the dopest new tunes (as well as some old classics), known or unknown, to help you get through your week.

Let us know what you think on twitter @MMadnessUK

Playlist curated by Chiko Shire