Another day, another Drake beef. Last night, Pusha T hosted a listening party for his highly anticipated sophomore solo album Daytona and made sure to throw a few jabs at the Toronto rapper on the track "Infrared".

“It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin,” Push raps on the song, clearly taking a Steph Curry shot referencing past ghostwriting allegations that sparked Drake’s beef with Meek Mill in 2015.

This diss shouldn't come as a surprise however. Pusha and Drake have been beefing longer than the Avengers have been assembled on film. The turmoil originated from Pusha’s longstanding issues with Lil Wayne, which Drake got pulled into with the 2012 song “Exodus 23:1.” On the track, he spits about Drake’s multi-level contract with Lil Wayne, Birdman, and ultimately Universal.

With Daytona dropping tomorrow, we'll be sure to dissect the projects for any more shade-filled bars.

For more on Pusha T, here's everything we know about his album so far.

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