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Rick Ross References Drake's Meek Mill Dis On New Track 'Color Money'

Is Rozay dissing Drizzy?

The Drake and Meek Mill saga isn't over.

Now, it seems Rick Ross is involved. Today, he released "Color Money," a track off his upcoming album, Black Market. It's making noise because it appears to address Drizzy and Meek's huge 2015 feud.

Just peep these few lines and you'll hear more than one reference to Drizzy's "Back To Back" track:

"Color money got your bitch out on a world tour/ My lil' homie made a million on his girl's tour/ We back to back and down to wack a [expletive] unborn/ Miami [expletive] got 'em changin' all they gun laws/ So run Forrest, got some shooters and they down, too/ I got more money then that [expletive] that you signed to."

Listen to a clip of the recording here.

The actual recording, which also features a reference to Drake's "0-100/The Catch Up," is edited so it's hard to make out all of the words, but it's still got the people talking.

This isn't the only time Rozay appears to address Drizzy on Black Market. On "Dope D--k," Ross also says, "No shots, but I write all of my raps." That could be a reference to Drake's ghostwriting controversy, which was sparked by Meek earlier this year.

If Rozay is going at Drizzy, he'd be going at a frequent collaborator. Together, the duo has worked on a slew of hits, including "I'm On One," "Stay Schemin," and "No New Friends."

Tomorrow, Ross is planning some kind of secret event with Revolt and Genius and all of this leads up to the Friday, Dec. 4 release of his latest album, Black Market.