Fresh off the release of his Phil Collins-nodding new album CHAMPIONSHIPS, Meek Mill joined Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97 for a round of freestyling.

Most notably, Meek decided to go in over a beat that should be familiar to all: Drake's "Back to Back," the 40, NAV, and Daxz-produced diss track he dropped back during the particularly fraught summer of 2015. Before he hopped on that immediately recognizable instrumental, however, Meek successfully urged Flex to apologize to Drake for his past scrutinies.

"Drake, I apologize," Flex said. "Let's holler, right? That's a good way?"

Per Meek, a certain peace is "just the new wave" now. "We kicking it every day on the phone," he said of his "Going Bad" collaborator. "We ain't just, like, fake squash the beef. He did what he needed to do. He held it down."

Earlier this week, Meek put an end to his own past issues with another one-time rival. Asked by a fan if he and his "The Soundtrack" collaborator the Game might land on a song together again in the future, Meek said he was open to the idea:

Game later responded to Meek's message, telling his fans he supports Meek's new album "and everything else hip-hop."

Tuesday, Meek also alerted fans to the launch of some new TIDAL-assisted merch: