"And good ain't good enough, and your hood ain't hood enough."
Song: Meek Mill f/ Drake & Jeremih "Amen" (2012)
Potential target: G.O.O.D. Music
Shots fired? Yes
By the time "Amen" was released, three things were abundantly clear: Drake probably wasn't going to drop an album that year and would instead just murder guest verses, G.O.O.D. Music was gearing up to release their first group album, Cruel Summer, and whatever tension Drake brewed up with his subliminals the year before had only emboldened him. This didn't come off like Drake's best jab at first, but when we heard Cruel Summer it turned out to be quite on point.