Did Drake Address Pusha T In ‘Utopia’?

People are discussing Travis Scott’s recently released fourth album, Utopia, his first in five years. When Scott revealed the tracklist, he kept the features a secret. After the first listen, however, fans identified a familiar name — Drake — who is known for collaborating with Scott.

The song “Meltdown” by Drake has an entrancing beat switch and potentially some mysterious lyrics.

When listeners heard “Meltdown,” they suspected that Drake may have slyly insulted Pusha T.

I destroy the shackles I got from your superior, not caring about any of that conventional stuff / Since V is not here, the crew has stopped wearing Louis Vuitton, they don’t even bother with it anymore.

In the video for the track “Jumbotron Sh*t Poppin'” with 21 Savage, Drake revealed that he purchased a 14K three-tone N.E.R.D pendant chain ($2,184,000), a white gold brain pendant chain ($725,000), and a skateboard pendant chain ($103,750). This may be what the artist is referring to in his work.

A feud has been ongoing between Drake and Pusha T since 2018 when they released a series of songs dissing one another.

The song “Meltdown” can be heard above.

Epic Records and Cactus Jack have released Utopia, and more information about it can be found here.

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