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After a rapper establishes a noteworthy presence in the game, the next step is to put the spotlight on his/her team. That’s clearly the case with this surprising release from Meek Mill‘s right hand man Omelly.

Titled “Panamera,” the track features a blend of gritty, street talk and the atypical braggadocios rap we’ve come to expect from the MMG affiliate.

Aside from being club-friendly, this song could garner attention because of a few bars from Meek that sound like a reply to GIllie Da Kid’s emphatic diss track “King Me.”

“Yall n***as the hoe type/Talk behind my back, but when I’m around you joe-like/I got more money than you/And I’m younger than you/Say you broke, you a joke/Do I look funny to you/Say you can diss in your raps but when I run into you/It’s gon’ be ‘I didn’t say that’ or ‘I don’t want it with you.’,” rhymes the “Levels” MC.

Listen to Omelly’s “Panamera” below.

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