A crew member of October’s Very Own, a record label founded by Drake, came out in support of the rapper amid reports that rival Meek Mill might release a remix of Drake’s diss track “Back to Back” and include it in his upcoming album “Dreamchasers 4.” The original track was released on July 31, soon after Mill asked fans not to compare him to Drake, who he alleged did not write his own songs.

Mill hosted a listening party at his home in Philadelphia Friday for his highly anticipated album, and a person present at the party posted several snippets of Mill’s new music. In one bit of the post, Mill could be heard rapping over the beat of Drake’s “Back to Back.” Another part showed Mill referring to another track by Drake — “I’m the Plug” — that was featured in his mixtape with Future, “What a Time to be Alive.” The mixtape came out last year.

OVO Hush, one of Drake's collaborators, dissed Mill for recording over Drake’s songs and slammed him for not writing his own song instead. In his tweet, he referred to the rap battle between Jay Z and Nas between2001 and 2003, the Inquisitr reported.

In his remix, Mill could also be heard taking a dig at Drake’s ongoing feud with Chris Brown that started after a brawl at a nightclub in 2012 between the “Charged Up” singer and Rihanna’s former boyfriend.  Brown and Drake had reportedly exchanged heated words over an alleged affair between the latter and Rihanna, who had dated the “Loyal” singer for a long time.

In one of the lines from the remix, Mill could be heard saying: “We was in the club we was getting it cracking / Ducking Chris Brown you was missing in action.”

Several partygoers were reportedly injured at the nightclub after friends of Brown and Drake started throwing bottles and glasses at the other side. Brown’s representatives said at the time that Drake began the dispute while Drake’s representatives denied that he had any role in the fight. In his remix, Mill reportedly makes fun of the claims by Drake’s representatives of the Canadian rapper not being a part of any “activity that resulted in injury to a person or property,” and used the word “ducking” for it, the Inquisitr reported.

Neither Brown nor Drake have so far responded to the “House Party” rapper’s remix, for which a release date had not been set yet.

Drake and Mill’s beef began in July after Mill’s allegation about Drake not writing his own songs. Drake released “Back to Back” and “Charged Up” in response to that and Mill released “Wanna Know.”

Mill was also said to be engaged to Minaj, for whom Drake had previously confessed his love, but the "Anaconda" singer denied wedding rumors.