Rumors of dischord in the Maybach Music Group camp surfaced last week when Meek Mill went on Twitter and called out Wale for not supporting his new project. (A brother can't get retweet?)

On the just-released song 'MMG Under God,' the DMV rapper pledges his allegiance to the MMG brand no matter the inner turmoil between the artists.

"Head out the window screaming ‘Maybaaaach,' yells Wale over a gospel-tinged beat by producer ToneP.

Elsewhere, Folarin raps about overcoming the pitfalls and continue his grind in the rap game.

"A lot of G's in the piece, n---- frozen tundra
 / And I ain't trippin' 'bout a rapper these days / 
Money quicker than Jamaican relays / 
With that said, I relay
life about the joy or pain, word to Beverly Maze
 / Black diamonds in the watch, it's ok to be late," he raps.

Near the end of the song, Wale gives a "Free Meek" shout-out in reference to his labelmate's current incarceration over a parole violation.

Despite the infighting within the MMG camp, the label continues to churn out good music. In the end, that's all that matters.

Listen to Wale's New Song 'MMG Under God (Heavenly People)'