Is The Weeknd Dissing Drake on Nav’s ‘Price on My Head’?

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Nav released his sophomore album Bad Habits on Friday featuring collaborations with Meek Mill, Young Thug, Gunna, and The Weeknd.

The XO crooner, who also serves as the album’s executive producer, appears on the standout track “Price on My Head,” where he sings about being envied for his fame and wealth.

“Price on my head, got a price on my head / Nine when I rest with a knife by my bed / I’m so paranoid I’ma sleep when I’m dead,” he sings on the Derek Wise and Alexonweed production.

Abel also addresses an unresolved beef, which has sparked some speculation. While he doesn’t mention any names, Genius points out that he could be taking aim at Drake with his thinly-veiled lyrics.

“You beefin’ with yourself, tell the truth,” sings The Weeknd. “Ni**as on your side, they would ride for me too / Still wasting they time, tryna come for me too / I’m too busy, faded in Japan with the crew / With the crew, with the crew, with the crew.”

The Weeknd previously took shots at his fellow Canadian on Gesaffelstein’s “Lost in the Fire,” where he sang about a hiding a child, a possible reference to Drake’s son Adonis. “And I just want a baby with the right one / ‘Cause I could never be the one to hide one,” he sings.

The Toronto singer is currently in the lab working on his next album, which he has referred to as “Chapter 6.”

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