Is Meek Mill's 'Wanna Know' Diss to Drake Less Impactful Because of Time?

The Hip-Hop atmosphere is buzzing around Meek Mill's highly anticipate "Wanna Know" Drake diss, however, it looks like it's not as impactful as Drake's "Back to Back" diss. Does the time it took Mill to respond factor into the impact?

("Wanna Know" & "Back To Back" Audio Below)

"Wanna Know" is having a much smaller impact that Drake's "Back to Back" diss to Mill did. In some ways Hip-Hop fans were stunned at how aggressive Drake was in terms of the time it took him to respond as well as the fact that he was able to get two tracks in before Mill could respond, with "Charged Up" being one of the two.

Now, Mill responded with a track that wasn't by any means horrible but for Hip-Hop fans it's more underwhelming than anything else. Not to mention the fact that the track too nearly a week for Mill to release.

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By jumping out ahead of the game, Drake put himself in a position to be a clear winner in the entire beef. Drake is no longer following his own verse from "Successful" where he raps, "diss me and you'll never hear a reply from it." This might have been the breaking point for him and with Mill having such a well-documented background in battle rapping and heavy hitting bars it's uncharacteristic of him to hold back for so long before replying to the Drake diss.

Maybe if there wasn't such a delay this track might have had a little more impact but until further notice it's Drake 3 Mill 0.

Meek Mill "Wanna Know"

Drake "Back To Back"

Meek mill vs ghost writers.....

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