Meek Mill is back for his second diss record in as many days, 'Ooh Kill 'Em,' this time going at Kendrick Lamar.

Meek chooses to attack Kendrick over an 808-infused version of 'Forgot About Dre.' It is no coincidence that Meek is rapping over this beat, after all, Kendrick is signed to Dre's Aftermath Records. Meanwhile, Meek uses  his verse to attack Kendrick relentlessly. According to Meek, Kendrick makes records "for the n---a with a backpack," whereas he makes music for the streets.

Meek goes on to dismiss Kendrick's claim of being the "King of New York," and even disrespects the gunshot noise that Kendrick makes in some of his songs. "I heard your gun go 'doot doot doot doo,' well my gun go 'brrat brrat brrat brrat brrat."

The Philly native has released this song in response to Kendrick calling him out on his verse for Big Sean's 'Control.' It is Meek's second diss track this week, as he called out Cassidy yesterday in a song titled 'Kendrick You Next.' Meek clearly wanted to foreshadow's today lyrical massacre. Both songs will appear on Meek's upcoming 'Dreamchasers 3' mixtape, which is set to come out September 29th.