Meek Mill Songs

  • I'm So Sorry
    I'm So Sorry
    Meek Mill has been hyping up his upcoming single "I'm So Sorry" for a minute, and we now finally get to hear a good chuck of it. The Honorable C-Note-produced banger features Meek doing a Karate Chop-esque stutter flow on the hook, before launching into some furious spitting on the verses. We're not sure where this will land, but there is a new Meek album planned for 2014, so we're gonna place our bets on this being the first street single.
  • Know No Better  (CDQ)
    Know No Better (CDQ)
    Late last night we received a tagged up version (not to mention clean version) of a new Meek Mill and Yo Gotti collaboration "Know No Better" from Funkmaster Flex. Thankfully, just a day later, we've been blessed with both the CDQ and dirty version of the Cardo-produced joint.
  • Know No Better
    Know No Better
    After collaborating on the tracks "Fuck You" and "LeBron James" last year, street rapper’s Meek Mill and Yo Gotti link up once again for this new cut titled "Know No Better". This heavy bass-track is produced by Cardo, and is just a preview of what’s to come from the Philly rapper later this year with his sophomore album dropping.
  • All For Love
    All For Love
    Spade-O just dropped a new mixtape hosted by DJ Drama and Cosmic Kev, Unchained, on which he managed to nab several notable features, including Meek Mill on this track "All For Love."
  • Lights Camera Action
    Lights Camera Action
    After delivering a radio rip of his new single the other week, Maino returns this Monday morning with the CDQ of his Meek Mill & Troy Ave-featured single "Lights Camera Action." This serves as a leak off Maino's upcoming King of Brooklyn EP dropping on February 4th. Quotable Lyrics
  • Lights Camera Action
    Lights Camera Action
    Bump Lights Camera Action (Radio Rip), the latest cut from Maino featuring Meek Mill & Troy Ave on the assist. It was released on Thursday, January 23rd, 2014. Things are improving for Maino with each new offering, and Lights Camera Action (Radio Rip) is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Maino's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • My Nigga (Remix)
    My Nigga (Remix)
    Well here's a treat for ya. YG decides to drop off the official remix to his huge street anthem "My Nigga". The West Coast rapper enlists Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, Rich Homie Quan, and Nicki Minaj to go in over the DJ Mustard-produced single. A must-listen here fam! YG's debut album, My Krazy Life, drops on March 18th.  Quotable Lyrics:
  • Hundreds (I Had A Dream)
    Hundreds (I Had A Dream)
    Young Thug releases his second track of the day, which he dropped for free in celebration of Martin Luther King Day today. He's nabbed the Dreamchaser (appropriate enough), Meek Mill, for the cut. Download below.   Quotable Lyrics
  • Fcuk You (Freestyle)
    Fcuk You (Freestyle)
    Roscoe Dash teams up with Spiff for a new freestyle over Yo Gotti's track, "Fuck You". This is the latest in a series of freestyles Roscoe has been putting out over the last couple of weeks. How does this compare to Gotti and Meek Mill's version? Quotable lyrics: "Your bitch won't even fuck you/ Bet you wish you could be anybody else but you/ I Come through fresh as hell, kickin' shit, Kung Fu/ Like the party, microphone check, 1,2"
  • City Of Brotherly Slugs
    City Of Brotherly Slugs
    Last we heard from Cassidy was October 1st, when he dropped "Dumb Out", which featured Chubby Jag and left room for the addition of a third verse.
  • Coke Boyz (Intro)
    Coke Boyz (Intro)
    A standout cut from French Montana & The Coke Boys' new Coke Boys 4 mixtape, featuring Meek Mill with production from Black Metaphor, Rick Steel and Young Chop.  Cop the tape in our mixtape section.
  • Good Day [CDQ]
    Good Day [CDQ]
    "Good Day" was one of the stand-outs from T-Raww's recent Well Done IV mixtape, so Tyga's re-appropriating as a single leading into his new album The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty. Quotable Lyrics
  • Lebron James
    Lebron James
    Give Lebron James a listen - it's a new offering from Yo Gotti, featuring Meek Mill. It was dropped on Wednesday, December 25th, 2013. Yo Gotti's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Lebron James will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Yo Gotti has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Yo Gotti has in store.
  • Foreigners
    Yesterday Loso gifted his fans his new mixtape Soul Tape 3, on which he has quite a few features. On "Foreigners" which features production from CT Beats, Fabolous connects with Meek Mill and Mike Davis, as they spit about all the benefits of having foreign amenities.  Cop the mixtape here. Quotable Lyrics
  • Leanin' (Freestyle)
    Leanin' (Freestyle)
    Fresh off of dropping Gangland 2 a couple months back, Chevy Woods jumps on Meek Mill and Travi$ Scott's "Leanin'". Can he best Meek's take? Let us know what you think! Quotable lyrics: "Get a square for the low/ That's cheap/ Piano man/ Let me take it back for you/ Get a square for the low/ Low key"
  • Sh!t (Megamix)
    Sh!t (Megamix)
    Verseable has gone ahead and created the Frankentein mix we've all been waiting for. All 3 official remixes of Future's "Sh!t" have been combined, as well as the MMG take released a few days prior. That's 12 verses, and 11 minutes of "Sh!t" for y'all to enjoy. Quotable lyrics: "Fucked up, lucky I don't feed into the gossip/ Niggas act like they don't know, but they should know/ Yeah, I just think it's funny how they dangling the bait/ But I'm the one that's killing niggas on the hooks though"
  • Shhh (Remix)
    Shhh (Remix)
    New MMG signees, Fat Trel and Tracy T take on Mike WiLL Made It's punishing "Sh!t" instrumental with a little help from the label's vets. Meek Mill and Rick Ross cover the last half of the track, sounding more than comfortable over Future's hard-hitting track, before the Plutonian himself shows up to do his stuttered refrain. Quotable lyrics:
  • Good Day
    Good Day
    "Good Day" is a choice selection from Tyga's new Well Done IV mixtape, which is now available in our mixtape section. YMCMB CEO Lil Wayne and MMG emcee Meek Mill assist T-Raww on the cut. Have a good day, y'all.  "Today was a good day - I ain’t had to kill nobody / I ain’t had to kill nobody / Shoot you in your memory bank - memorize it."
  • House in Virginia
    House in Virginia
    Known for his battle rap routes, Tsu Surf continues his progression into songwriting. His new track, "House In Virginia," is an ambitious one, taking on an 8 minute narrative. Reminiscent of Meek Mill's storytelling cuts, Surf plays narrator in the third-person, dialogue-driven plot. It's the first taste of the rapper's cleverly titled mixtape, "TsuMe," which drops December 15th.  
  • No Games (Remix)
    No Games (Remix)
    Rick Ross revealed the single art for this remix the other day, and he finally comes through with the song itself. The MMG Bawse recruited his affiliates Meek Mill and Wale for verses on this remix, while Future remains on the hook. Rozay's upcoming album "Mastermind" is apparently not dropping until 2014 (originally set for a release of Dec. 17th).
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