Meek Mill was quick to respond to Drake's diss song "Summer Sixteen," the first single from his upcoming album "Views From The 6." The Toronto rapper dropped the track Saturday night during his OVO Sound Radio Show on Apple's Beats 1. Less than 30 minutes later, the internet started buzzing when Mill responded with "War Pain," the fourth and final installment from his "4/4" mixtape.

Mill's "War Pain," released on his SoundCloud page, is the second diss song he's dropped recently. Earlier this month, the Philadelphia rapper slammed Drake in the song "I'm Da Plug Freestyle." Besides dissing Drake in “War Pain,” Mill posted on Instagram that he was able to respond to Drake’s diss so quickly because the rapper’s alleged ghostwriter leaked the song to him.  

Shortly after "War Pain" was released, fans of both rappers took to social media to share their thoughts on the song and the rappers seemingly unending feud. Many fans agreed that "War Pain" was a lot better than "Wanna Know" — Mill's first attempt to fire back at Drake.

Mill was criticized for "Wanna Know," and the rapper eventually deleted the song from his SoundCloud page because of the negative responses. Now, it appears Mill isn't holding anything back and is out to claim victory with his latest diss song. Check out fan reactions below.

Drake and Mill have been feuding since July, after Nicki Minaj's boyfriend went on a Twitter rant accusing Drake of using a ghostwriter. Over the past few months, both rappers have slammed each other in diss songs, during concerts and on social media.   

You can listen to "War Pain" below.