On Friday Pusha-T released his album Daytona, a 7-song collection that concluded with 'Infrared'. In that song, among airing other grievances, Pusha took some subliminal shots at long-time adversary Drake, claiming he doesn't write his songs. The Toronto rapper was quick to respond, releasing 'Duppy Freestyle' later that day. It seems he's only kicked the hornet's nest though, as Pusha-T has released a riposte to that in a track called 'The Story of Adidon', in which he doesn't pull any punches.

Rapping over Jay-Z's 'The Story of O.J.', Pusha mainly focuses on Drake's alleged paternity of Adidon, the son of porn star Sophie Brussaux, which has been the subject of gossip for a few months. He goes on to rap about how Drake should treat her properly, which we can get behind. He then takes shots at Drake's long time producer Noah '40' Shebib who has multiple sclerosis, saying “OVO 40 hunches over like he’s 80/ Tick, tick, tick/ How much time he got?/ That man is sick, sick, sick,” which we're less on board with. And then of course there is that cover art of Drake in black face - a real picture taken from photographer David Leyes website. Even though he has been served a take down notice by the photographer, Pusha has only flagrantly brandished the request as further fuel on Instagram.

This seems like it could just be the beginning of a long-running battle, with Pusha gearing up for a "surgical summer" on 'The Story of Adidon'. Listen below.