Just when you thought their feud was over, Meek Mill has dropped yet another diss track targeted at arch nemesis Drake. Oddly enough, "Trap Vibes" finds the Philly rapper spitting over Drizzy's "Summer Sixteen" as well as Desiigner's club banger "Panda."

Mill ignites the flame once again with lyrical shots directed at Drake, including, Plug this, plug that / N---as rapping, they ain’t never sold nothing” and "Diamonds on me and they dancin'/ I don't really understand rappers/ N---as jumpin' on bandwagons" that references What a Time to Be Alive's "Diamonds Dancing."

"Trap Vibes" comes a little too quickly after Drake released two new tracks ("One Dance" and the Jay Z/Kanye West–featuring "Pop Style") on Tuesday, as if Mill already had this all planned out. The rapper is still serving house arrest time and isn't allowed to perform or record new music, so this diss may be violating the judge's sentencing.

After you listen to "Trap Vibes," watch an episode of our digital miniseries The Drake Effect, this one detailing how Drizzy changed the mixtape game forever—featuring commentary by Mr. Meek Milly himself: