Cassidy just dropped a new song called "Catch A Body," a diss record aimed at Meek Mill. This song is a response to Meek's diss record, "Kendrick You Next," which he put out just two days back. Cassidy mainly uses his song to respond to some of Meek's claims on "Kendrick You Next," such as his outfit selections and the past trials and tribulations in the streets. However, Cassidy also addresses the fact that he knows the "real Rick Ross," comparing the formerly incarcerated drug kingpin to Meek's Maybach Music Group head honcho. He also claims that Meek is responsible for the death of his protege, Lil Snupe.

In between these barbs aimed at Meek, Cassidy decides to flex his lyrical chops, throwing out punchlines unconnected to the ongoing beef. Whereas Meek decided to rap over several classic instrumentals, Cassidy chose to go in over the instrumental for Canibus' "2nd Round K.O."However, he claims that he drops a diss track, he will be rapping over one of Meek's instrumentals.

The beef between the two Philly rappers has been brewing since the end of 2012, when Cassidy wanted to accept Meek's $100,000 challenge to enter the battle rap arena. The two have traded several diss records before the tension eventually simmered down somewhat. The beef seems to have been reignited as a byproduct of Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse. The day after Meek dropped "Kendrick You Next," he attacked Kendrick directly on a song called "Ooh Kill Em."

[via XclusivesZone]

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