Lil Durk Feat. Meek Mill
Over the past few weeks, Lil Durk has been teasing fans of his upcoming mixtape They Forgot, which has seen leaks like “Baller” & “Shooter2X” with 21 Savage drop recently, but on Friday night the Chicago rapper decided to it was time to release the full thing. Laced with 14 tracks in total, the follow up to Durk2X features guest appearances from Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Lil Reese, BJ The Chicago Kid, Dej Loaf & more.
Meek Mill Feat. Young Thug & 21 Savage
It was rather surprising to see just how many features -- 13 in total -- Meek Mill included on DC4, which finally arrived yesterday. There are four tracks that come with two featured artists, and luckily, each of those are nicely curated. "Offended," featuring Young Thug and 21 Savage, is easily one of the project's top tracks. Jeffery's hook, from which the track gets its title -- "fuck is you talkin' bout, bitch you offended me" -- is delivered with remarkable ease despite its complexity.
Meek Mill Feat. Lil Uzi Vert & Nicki Minaj
With all this wait, DC4 had to be Meek Mill's personal comeback statement. With that being said, some of these collabs are obvious highlights of the tape. Case in point: Young Thug and 21 Savage at their most furious on "Offended." Or Lil Snupe's incredible opening verse on the "Outro," which also features French Montana. "Froze," due to its features, is another collab that's sure to be among DC4's most popular tracks.
Meek Mill Feat. Drake
This morning, Meek Mill announced that he's finally dropping Dreamchasers 4 tomorrow. As such, it felt appropriate to allocate this week's throwback track to his still-great DC2 cut "Amen," even though the song is only four years old.
Goodnight (Meek Mill Diss)
One day after debuting his initial Meek Mill diss track "I'm Coming" on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club, Beanie Sigel returns with another Meek diss: "Goodnight."
I'm Coming (Meek Mill Diss)
The Meek Mill-Game beef took a bizarre turn when one of Meek's homies clocked Beanie Sigel for allegedly feeding Game privileged information. Beans responded by going off on Meek in a 30-minute rant on Tax Season.
Meek Mill & Pusha T Feat. Priscilla Renea
"The Birth of a Nation" is a historical drama revolving around the Nat Turner slave rebellion. It is slated to hit theaters on October 7th, along with its musical accompaniment The Birth of a Nation: The Inspired By Album. The album will feature 2 Chainz, Nas, Gucci Mane, Wale, The Game, Anthony Hamilton, LeCrae, Vic Mensa, Leon Bridges, Trey Songz, and many more. Needless to say. It's lit.
Meek Mill Feat. Beanie Sigel
"It was all good just a week ago." Now Philly is split. Meek Mill enlisted his hometown vet Beanie Sigel to guest alongside the Dreamchaser's Omelly on the "OOOUUU" remix that served as a response to The Game's first Meek diss, "92 Bars." The Game is still going hard at "Meeky Mouse" and the "Dick-chasers," though now -- much to his amusement -- a separate beef has taken shape within Philly. Apparently soon after recording at the Chasers' studio, Sigel reached out to The Game.
Ooouuu (Meeky Mouse Diss)
On Friday, seemingly out of nowhere, The Game sent shots Meek Mill's way and proceeded to liven up the blogosphere throughout the weekend that followed.
OOOUUU Remix (The Game Diss)
Meek Mill Feat. Omelly & Beanie Sigel
Earlier this week, a Meek Mill-The Game beef erupted out of nowhere and The Game dropped a formidable diss track called "92 Bars." The beef heated up considerably this weekend and
92 Bars (Meek Mill Diss)
Things have quickly heated up between The Game and Meek Mill, the reasons of which are still pretty much unknown. As of now, we've really only heard from The Game, so we'll have to see what happens when/if Meek speaks up.
Boyz In The Hood
DJ Drama Feat. Meek Mill, Pusha T & Ty Dolla $ign
DJ Drama is getting to release Quality Street Music 2, his first album in four years, on July 22. "Boyz in the Hood" didn't make the cut due to Meek Mill's outstanding legal issues, but it is a truly soulful track that bodes well for the rest of the album. It features Meek, Pusha T, and Ty Dolla $ign. This track will serve Meek well in particular as he repairs his slightly injured reputation.
Make It Work
Meek Mill, Rick Ross & Wale
MMG's Self Made Vol. 4 project is on its way, and Ross has started the rollout for the project with the release of a huge new collaboration called "Make It Work," collecting verses from Meek Mill, Wale, and himself. Anyone who has been following MMG this far will be familiar with the territory, as the three take on a heavy, arena-trap instrumental, as Meek takes hook duties and everyone goes as hard as humanly possible.
I'm A Thug [Throwback]
YG Feat. Meek Mill
YG appeased fans last night when he announced a release date for his sophomore album (not only that, he revealed album artwork and a brand new title: Still Brazy). We're definitely excited for what YG has in store, but today we're throwing it a little way's back (not too far back though), with a cut from YG's fan-favorite 4Hunnid Degreez mixtape.
All The Way Up (Remix) (Official)
Meek Mill Feat. Fabolous & Jadakiss
We originally heard Meek Mill and Fabolous on Fat Joe's "All The Way Up" beat, while Jadakiss' take followed soon after. Now all three verses have been assembled for the official DreamChasers release, and let's just say its a powerful combination. Now 5 minutes long, there are no shortage of bars here, and it's difficult to choose a favorite verse. Meek Mill's DreamChasers 4 is still on the way, and if this is an indication of the level of rapping we'll hear on it, it should be quite the spectacle. Stay tuned for updates on the release of Meek's upcoming tape.
All The Way Up (Freestyle)
Meek Mill & Fabolous
Just a day after Jay Z shared his first verse in recent memory over Fat Joe's surprise hit, "All The Way Up," Meek Mill and Fabolous have taken a turn, debuting their version on Funk Flex's show today. Naturally, the talking point of this version is Meek's very direct shots at Drake, as he once again criticizes him for the writing assistance he's had, as well as dropping the phrase, "Views from the projects". He also mentions his generous water bottle donation to Flint, Michigan.
Hardo Feat. Meek Mill
Pittsburgh's Hardo has returned for the first time since April's TrapNFever mixtape, and he's come through with a huge new record featuring his fellow Pennsylvania native Meek Mill. The song, "Love Foreal," is off Hardo's upcoming 92 OG album, and it's produced by The MeKanics.
Make 'Em Say [Throwback]
Meek Mill had the city of Philly on lock from the moment he dropped Flamers 1 in 2008. He upped the ante on Flamers 2.5, which contains what is to this day one of his greatest songs ever: "Make 'Em Say."
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Young Thug Feat. Meek Mill
Slime Season 3 arrived to immediate praise last week, adding a few instant classics to the Thug cannon upon its release. "Digits," a collaboration with one of Thugger's most reliable producers, London On Da Track, arose as a fan favorite, but according to the rapper, the version of the song we had heard was not complete, as Meek Mill was meant to be featured on the record.