In the days before Tha Carter IV was released, fans were floored by “It’s Good.” The track features Jadakiss and Drake rapping tough-guy lyrics. After their verses, Lil Wayne closes the song. His verse contains disses aimed at Jay-Z in response to his “baby money” diss aimed at Birdman on “H.A.M.”
During his interview with Funkmaster Flex, Drake discussed the song, in-depth. Previously, Drake stated he had no parts in the diss on Jay-Z. But, with Flex, Drake admitted he heard the song before it leaked. However, he said all he did was rap his verse over the beat and then Lil Wayne did his verse.
Drake went on to say he is a soldier for Lil Wayne and respects his comments about him. Speaking on the “It’s Good track,” he said Lil Wayne did what he had to do. Still, Drake said he has nothing but love and respect for Jay-Z. Drake discussed how “H.A.M.” was directed at Birdman, and credited Jay-Z as his mentor and Wayne as his brother, separating himself from the situation.
There is a potential situation between Drake and Pusha T. Recently, Pusha T mentioned Drake on his new track, “Don’t Fuck with Me.” Many feel Pusha T dissed Drake on the song. After listening to the song, several times, Drake said he could not find the diss. Because he has never met Pusha T, Drake said if he did diss him, it is an internal problem with Pusha and not his problem. Drake went on to say he is a fan of The Clipse and said if Pusha T was calling him out, he should make it more direct next time.
While Drake says he is up for whatever, he was not offended by the track.