His first response was ridiculed for being too "soft", so hip hop star Drake got Charged Up and headed back to the studio to record a new diss track targeted at his rival Meek Mill. Back To Back sees the Canadian rapper shutting down Mill's ghostwriting allegations before burying their feud once and for all.

During the three-minute freestyle, the Know Yourself rapper admits the ghostwriting claims have been "weighing heavy on [his] conscience". The Grammy-winner then gives a shout out to Power 105.1's Breakfast Club host Charlamagne Tha God in retaliation for US radio legend Funkmaster Flex siding with Mill in the argument.

Drake then raps: "I'm not sure what it was that really made y'all mad, but I guess this what I gotta do to make y'all rap... This for y'all who think I don't write enough, they just mad 'cuz I got the Midas touch." Undoubtedly hitting a nerve with Mill, 28, Drake then mocks the I'ma Boss rapper for performing as the support act on his girlfriend Nicki Minaj's The Pinkprint Tour.

Listen to Drake's Back To Back:

"You love her, then you gotta give the world to her, is that a world tour or your girl's tour/ I know that you gotta be a thug for her, this ain't what she meant when she told you to open up more," Drake chides.

The Young Money star first responded to Mill's shocking tweets through diss track Charged Up, refusing to engage in a Twitter feud with the Maybach Music hitmaker. Although he has now released two tracks in response, Drake states he is finished with their war of words and will resume work on his long-awaited third album, Views From The 6.

Settling the ongoing battle, Drake says: "Soon as a n***a hit the stage, they gon' ask if I can play this s**t back to back... I took a break from Views, now it's back to that, n***a." Although his second comeback has been more well-received in comparison to Charged Up, many have noted the track is still not on the level of Nas' infamous attack on Jay Z on the track Ether. Drake's R.I.C.O. collaborator Mill is yet to respond to Back To Back. As the song continues to trend on Twitter, some responses include: