With Meek Mill's DC4 album dropping on Thursday night (Oct. 27), he'll likely be making the promotional rounds to talk about the project, among other things.

One of the first interviews he's done is with Tax Stone on his podcast Tax Season, and the two talked while riding around Atlanta in Meek's Rolls Royce Wraith. In a quick preview, you can see the podcast host ask the Philly rapper what he thought when Drake's "Back To Back" song dropped last year. In Meek's opinion, he didn't think the song was bad, but he couldn't believe people thought it was so incredible.

"I ain't think it was no s--- that people was gonna be like 'You got killed.' I thought it was hot,'" he said. "Like when we shoot at n-----, you gotta shoot a n----- through the heart. When you wake up in the mirror, you looking in the mirror, you hearing what the n----- told you, some s--- about yourself that you can't even deal with. That's how we battle where we come from."

Then he asked Tax his opinion on "Back To Back, and whether he thought Drake landed any killer shots. "It was more or less for me, it was the beat," he answered. "It was like a hip-hop, pop record but a diss but it was him."

Afterward, Meek seemed to disagree with the Tax Season host and said the OVO boss' bars weren't that damaging at all. He also used Nas and Jay Z's battle to make his point.

You can see one clip of the interview above and one below and the full version will be released on Monday, October 31.

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