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Drake's '0 To 100' Inspired A Few Freestyles -- But Did Anyone Top His Verses?

Joell Ortiz and Vado drop the latest '0 to 100' freestyles.

Drake dropped his new summer jam "0 to 100/The Catch Up" right before he hit the stage at Summer Jam earlier this month, and it's clear that other artists took notice. In the days that elapsed since the track's been out, rappers such as Vado and Joell Ortiz have dropped freestyles over Boi-1da's hypnotic beat, and it looks like Meek Mill is still gearing up to release his own version. Listen to all of the "0 to 100" freestyles that have been released thus far -- did anyone outdo Drizzy? Judge for yourself.

50 Cent and G-Unit

The G-Unit reunion is in full swing, and 50 Cent and his crew were the first to unleash their version of "0 to 100," titled "Real Quick." “You got me f–ked up you think it’s different now a n—a rich/ ‘Fore I get to cuttin’, all you n—as better cut the sh–,” 50 opens the track.


Slowbucks and 50 Cent are definitely on the outs, especially after that whole chain-snatching incident and the press conference that followed. So, Slow's crew used Drake's beat to throw a few shots in G-unit's direction, calling it "0-300 Real Sh--."

Lil Mouse

The Chicago rapper gets a huge look on the original when Drake spits, "F--k all that 'Drake you gotta chill' sh--/ I be on my Lil Mouse drill sh--," so naturally he released his own version. And, of course, he begins the beat right where Drake namedrops him.


The Harlem rapper is on Drizzy's wavelength with this one, expressing similar sentiments about big things to come. "I'm aiming for whoever high up in the ranks n---a," he spits.

Joell Ortiz

The Slaughterhouse rapper usually wastes no timing adding his own flare to notable releases (like Big Sean's "Control"), and he gets on his 'black hoodie flow' for this one.


The Jersey rapper decided to switch things up with his freestyle, kicking off his verses over the beat from the song's second half, "The Catch Up," instead. Then he takes the time to throw some shots at Troy Ave.

Jay Pharoah

Jay Pharoah is a master of impersonations, but the "SNL" actor also likes to showcase his bars every now and then. After rapping over Drake's "Draft Day" freestyle last month, he takes a turn over "0 to 100."

Meek Mill

Meek teased a bit of his own "0 to 100" freestyle on Instagram earlier this week, and we're still waiting for the full version to drop. Listen to the snippet below.