Even in the last few days of 2015, the beef that largely defined the year in mainstream rap rages on. At least that's what it sounds like: a snippet of a new Meek Mill song includes bars that many are interpreting as ever more shots at his superstar foe, Drake.

The snippet, which was posted to social media and has since been uploaded to Youtube, is of an unreleased Meek Mill song that may or may not be on the forthcoming fourth installment in his Dreamchasers mixtape series. The lines in question are, "When I was saying shit about the rhymes you ain't wrote/I can't wait 'til we run into ya/I'ma put a gun to ya."

New music would be a welcome respite from Meek, who has been in the news of late for being found in violation of his parole. (It was determined that the Philadelphia native had failed to properly report travel to his parole officer.) A district attorney says several Drake fans called to inform her that Meek could be traveling improperly.

All this comes in the wake of "Color Money," the song from Rick Ross' Black Market that seems to contain its own barbs for Drake. On the track, Ross raps, "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 n—a unborn/Miami n—a got ’em changin’ all they gun laws/So run Forrest, got some shooters and they down, too/I got more money then that n—a that you signed to.”

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