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.
Meek Mill Feat. Tdot illdude
In the past two weeks, Meek Mill has dropped two tracks with a guy named Tdot illdude. And with those two tracks, illdude, who's from New Jersey and not Toronto, is officially on our radar. His is the first voice to appear on Meek's new EP, 4/4 Part 2, which dropped minutes after Drake played his new single, "Summer Sixteen," on OVO Sound Radio.
Meek Mill Feat. Future & Dave East
All in all, Meek Mill's 4/4 part 2 EP is a ferocious release, with nearly every track equaling the unrelenting energy of "War Zone," a record which not only takes aim at Drake, but manages to respond to multiple lines from the rapper's Summer Sixteen record, released a mere 10 minutes earlier.
War Pain (Drake Diss)
Meek Mill Feat. Omelly
So Meek Mill did the unthinkable tonight, as he went ahead and dropped his second consecutive EP right after Drake had played new Views from the 6 material live on OVO Sound Radio. What’s more, 4/4 Part 2 contains a Drake diss track against the OVO leader -- "War Pain," the EP's final track.
Meek Mill Feat. Tdot illdude
While Meek Mill and 50 Cent continue to go at one another via Instagram, a new track has surfaced tonight from the MMG rapper fittingly called “Problem” featuring Tdot Illdude.
Pray For Em
Last night was the return of the Meek. His new EP, 4/4, was a bit underwhelming seeing that fans have been waiting for Dreamchasers 4 for so long, but it definitely showed the MMG rapper is still hungry. And though the residual effects of this summer's beef with Drake have caused many trolls to anoint Meek with another "L" without even listening to the music, impartial listeners should take the time to go through the EP. In any case, one should find that his capacity for relentless street rapping is as potent as ever.
I'm Da Plug Freestyle
Meek still has to come through with his long-awaited Dreamchasers 4 mixtape, but tonight, he got his name back in the mix by dropping off four new tracks. Of those four, the only one we had anticipated -- and the only non-original track -- is his remix of Drake and Future's "I'm the Plug," a snippet of which leaked after the DC4 listening party at the beginning of the month.
OVO Sound Radio got pushed back an hour, and during that interval, Meek Mill decided to let loose a 4-track EP, 4/4, while fans wait on Dreamchasers 4. Early thoughts on the EP: This is Meek coming at his absolute hardest. No pop, no attempts to play around with his flows -- just doing what he does best: rapping as hard as he can about real street shit. Nowhere is that more apparent on the EP's final track, "FBH," aka "Fuck Being Humble."
Rico Richie Feat. Chris Brown, French Montana & Meek Mill
Now that Rico Richie is out of prison, he's returning to the music. While he was locked up, it seems like his career/breakout single "Poppin" fizzled out a bit. Not to worry though, because he's giving it another big push with the official version of his big "Poppin" remix.
Lil Durk Feat. Meek Mill
After a couple setbacks, Lil Durk finally came through with the release of his new mixtape this evening called 300 Days, 300 Nights. Laced with 20 tracks, the follow up to his debut album, Remember My Name, features guest appearances from Meek Mill, Future, Dej Loaf, Young Dolph, and many more. Looking to highlight the project, here goes one of the standout cuts from it called “Spent Me” featuring MMG’s own Meek Mill. Take a listen to the C-Sick produced banger and let us know what you think.
Sauce Twinz & Meek Mill
Sauce Twinz and Meek Mill have both had very public beef with Drake, and when it was revealed the two acts were in the studio together, it was assumed that another Drizzy diss was on its way. The song has now arrived, and the artwork is a very direct reference to Drake's OVO owl logo. There seem to be some indirect shots at the rapper throughout, but it's definitely not the all-out attack we were expecting. Take a listen and let us know what you think. Is it it time to bury the hatchet on this beef entirely?
Tracy T Feat. Meek Mill
Tracy T dropped off his 50 Shades of Green mixtape at the end of August, and to announce his next project, he's just shared a new track, "Topless," featuring Meek Mill.
Remember "R.I.C.O." -- the Dreams Worth Than Money single that fizzled soon after Meek Mill decided to reveal that Drake's verse on the track was actually written by a unknown rapper by the name of Quentin Miller? Well, the track has now been remixed by none other than Pusha T, who happens to have his own beef with Drake. The collab was just played on Dr.
DJ Khaled Feat. French Montana, Meek Mill, Jadakiss & Beanie Sigel
And another one. Earlier today, Khaled dropped off "I Ride," featuring Future, Boosie Badazz, Rick Ross, and Jeezy, and now he's shared a complementary record off I Changed a Lot: "I Lied." Whereas "I Ride" was a southern anthem, "I Lied" finds Khaled recruiting his boys from up north: French Montana and Jadakiss repping New York, and Meek Mill and Beanie Sigel outta Philly.
We Did That
Omelly Feat. Meek Mill
Dreamchasers artist and Meek Mill's cousin Omelly recently made ripples by dropping a diss track directed at AR-AB, Meek's old nemesis. Omelly returns with a new tape called On My Time Vol 1., the headlining song of which is "We Did That" feat. Meek Mill. Swerving 808s, ominous piano, and trappy drums form the foundation for Meek and his cousin to recount their accomplishments on the streets.
Meek Mill is slowly getting back in the game after his reputation was tarnished in his summer beef with Drake. Most of the damage was self-inflicted, and the only way for him to restore his rep is by getting back in the studio and dropping fire raps. Earlier this week he got a verse in on Rick Ross' new "Turn Ya Back." Now he drops a freestyle over "Preach" -- not the Drake/PND version but Young Dolph's, produced by the always reliable Zaytoven. How'd Meek do? Is he on his way back? Sound off in the comments.