Meek Mill has gotten a measure of revenge on rap rival Drake by remixing the Young Money star's track Summer Sixteen. Months after they came to lyrical blows, Mill, 28, has put his own spin on the single, which is rumoured to feature on Drake's highly anticipated fourth album Views From The 6.

Perhaps hitting Drake where it hurts, clips have surfaced online featuring a snippet of Mill's verse laid over the Summer Sixteen beat, which was produced by Noah "40" Shebib and Boi-1da. Mill, 28, can be heard rapping: "North side of Philly my side of town, Bulletproof whip when I ride around/ N****s talk shit when I'm not around, Wouldn't tell you that we run the city/ But we moving got to say we.

"Just to ride with her like a Brinks truck, Louboutins and the wrist bust/ Bitch, you claiming I been f****d, You ain't even got to trip bruh/ In the trenchs." Both snippets were shared on Twitter by DJ Akademiks, but it is not known when the full version will be released. There are also no clues as to when the remix was recorded but Mill, real name Robert Williams, has plenty of time on his hands after beginning a 90-day house arrest sentence due to violating the terms of his parole.

The Maybach Music Group rapper started his feud with Drake, 29, in July 2015 when he accused the Hotline Bling hitmaker of using a ghostwriter. Refusing to get drawn into a Twitter row, Drizzy instead chose to respond through a diss track titled Charged Up before dealing a final blow on the Grammy-nominated Back To Back.

Drake, real name Aubrey Graham, also took aim at Mill on Summer Sixteen, rapping: "I let the diss record drop, you was staying right below me, n***a... I coulda killed you the first time, you don't have to try to say it louder n***a/ Trust, we heard you the first time, it's nothing personal I would have done it to anyone." The lyric on the hook: "Looking for revenge," is also said to be a reference to their highly-publicised feud.

Mill, who is dating Nicki Minaj, dropped his own diss track at the height of their row titled Wanna Know, but it received a poor reception and the rapper was ridiculed on social media while also being Photoshopped into memes. The Ima Boss hitmaker is expected to drop his next mixtape Dreamchasers 4 but a release date is yet to be confirmed. Drake is preparing to release his Views From The 6 album sometime in April and has teased fans with another song titled Faithful, following the leaks of the tracks Controlla and These Days.