Kur & Meek Mill
Presented by DJ Whoo Kid, "Never Before" is a new single from Meek Mill and Dreamchasers affiliate Kur. Meek takes care of the hook and the first verse before handing the keys over to young Kur (pronounced "CORE") for verses two and three.
Right There (Remix)
August Alsina Feat. Meek Mill
It's been a while since we've gotten new material from August Alsina, so a remix of one of his Testimony tracks will have to hold us over for now. Lucky for us, this new version of "Right There" features a new verse from Meek Mill. Produced by Knucklehead and Cassius Jay, the hazy, languid track is given a jolt of energy by Meek's verse. He begins it with a stop and start flow that matches up nicely with the beat, and then switches to a more motormouthed flow as the beat transitions. Let us know what you think of this new remix.
Water Whip (Freestyle)
Pan flute is an increasingly common sound in rap recordings these days. From Young Jeezy's "Seen It All," to Tinashe's "All Hands On Deck," the generally cheesy effect has been used in pretty badass ways. Meek Mill's "Off The Corner" is yet another example of a weirdly effective use of the instrument (or more accurately a synthesized version of it), and it's caught the ears of Chicago OG Shawnna today.
The Game Feat. Meek Mill
After Jay Electronica and Jay Z (kind of) linked up earlier today, we've got another crazy collab to share with you. This new song "The Soundtrack" is The Game featuring Meek Mill, which should be all the info you need to press play on this one.
After reappearing in the public eye through his Summer Jam stage crash, Papoose became inescapable for a hot minute, freestyling over any and every hot instrumental, and interpreting Kendrick Lamar's BET Cypher verse as directed at him. Since then, his releases have been a little more sporadic, but if he sees a beat hot enough to attack (and Remy Ma hasn't already destroyed it), he's likely to put a 16 or two on it.Meek Mill's "Monster" has inspired Pap to go in, and while Meek's bars are tough to keep up with, he holds his own, shouting out Remy throughout.
O.T. Genasis Feat. Meek Mill & Jeezy
You may have never thought you wanted to hear Meek Mill rapping over OT Genasis' "CoCo", but you did. Him and Jeezy assist the Busta Rhymes affiliate on a new remix of the breakout hit, premiered by Funkmaster Flex (hence the several seconds of bomb sound effects that kick off the track). After wisely letting Meek kick the song off to drum up hype, Genasis shows his rapping chops by giving us an entirely new verse for the second one on this remix. Jeezy bats clean-up here, acting like the true pioneer of coke rap that he is. Feeling this one?
Troy Ave has been on his 'keymix' tip lately, and after taking on Usher's and Juicy J's "I Don't Mind," he goes with Meek Mill's "Monster" instrumental next. The New York-bred MC gets to bragging on wax, from his recently-purchased condo to his upcoming album to his cash flow. Are you a fan of Troy Ave? The rapper is currently prepping his Major Without A Deal album for later this year, but in the meantime you can download this remix for free.
The Get Back (Freestyle) [Tags]
Two is always better than one right? Giving Funk Flex the go ahead, here goes the second Meek Mill freestyle of the night called “The Get Back”.
Ice Cream (Freestyle) (CDQ)
Meek is back! After previewing new music on Instagram for the past few weeks, Meek Mill finally decides to treat fans to something new for their playlists with “Ice Cream Freestyle”. Hopping on Wu-Tang's classic cut "Ice Cream", Meek proves that he hasn't missed a beat while being locked up and delivers some more vicious, in-your-face rhymes for the streets. Highlighted by his lyrical onslaught, Meek raps about everything from police injustice & being locked up to giving advise to the Shmurda gang and Nicki rumors.
Big Daddy (Radio Rip)
Nicki Minaj Feat. Meek Mill
Nicki Minaj is all set to release The Pinkprint on December 15th, but before she does so, she’s got one last track to share with her Barbz tonight called “Big Daddy” featuring Meek Mill.
I'm So Sorry (Alternate Version)
Spenzo Feat. Meek Mill, Young Thug & Maine Man
New Meek Mill verse alert! Since MMG's Philly representative was freed from jail last week, we haven't heard a new verse from him, but that changes now. After sharing a first version of "I'm So Sorry" with Young Thug in October, Spenzo now gives an alternate version that features Meek and Maine Man.
Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart?
K. Michelle Feat. Meek Mill
Meek Mill's absence from rap has been felt since being locked up earlier this year. While we've missed out on his sophomore album in the process, we have heard quite a few new verses from the MMG rapper despite his circumstances. The latest of which is a collaboration with K. Michelle, in which Meek is billed as a feature, but has a considerable presence on the duration of the song. "Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart?" is an R&B-inflected track, which has Meek getting a little more delicate than usual. No word on where this one will land as of yet.
Flexin' On Em
DJ Holiday Feat. Meek Mill, Future, T.I. & Stuey Rock
DJ Holiday comes through today with a big collaboration. Whereas Rae Sremmurd purported a "No Flex Zone," Holiday, Meek Mill, Future, T.I. and Stuey Rock have no shame to flex on 'em. We haven't heard from Stuey Rock in a minute, but he handles the auto-tuned hook on this street banger. The currently-locked up Meek Mill provides a rare verse (at least rare at the moment), as do Future and Tip. The production comes from Dun Deal and DJ Spinz.
All These Hoes
Maino Feat. Meek Mill & Yo Gotti
Maino recently ran into some trouble when a porn star accused the rapper of assaulting her. Her accusations seemed to be true, as Maino later turned himself in to the police and was arrested for a misdemeanor assault. There haven't been any legal developments since the rapper turned himself in, but he's not letting that deter him from the music at least.
Fuck You Mean
Meek Mill Feat. Boosie Badazz
Meek Mill is (most likely) free! The MMG rapper, who went away earlier this year for a parole violation, was apparently freed earlier today, though it has yet to be confirmed. He took to Twitter for the first time in months to tweet "F#@K YOU MEAN BOI," and a song bearing those lyrics was soon to follow. Released in its clean form on St.
Let Me See
Paloma Ford Feat. Meek Mill
Paloma Ford showed up on Meek Mill's single, "I Don't Know" back in May, and now Meek has returned the favor, showing up for two short verses on her new west coast banger, "Let Me See". Despite sounding almost unmistakably like the work of DJ Mustard, the clubby, snap-driven instrumental is provided by Ford's frequent collaborators D&D, a duo she credits with helping her full realize her sound.
Realest In The City
P Reign Feat. Meek Mill & PartyNextDoor
Last week, we were very pleased to premiere P Reign's dope Dear America tape, and tomorrow, the T Dot rapper will release a five track EP of the same name on iTunes. Included on there will be "Realest In The City," a track produced by Boi-1da and The Maven Boys and featuring Meek Mill and fellow OVO affiliate PARTYNEXTDOOR.
She Don't Know
Meek Mill Feat. Ty Dolla $ign
With Dreams Worth More Than Money still awaiting a solid release date, the internet continues to hear new music from the LP. The latest drop, "She Don't Know," features a tight chorus from 2014's hook-man of the year Ty Dolla $ign and bass-heavy production from the one and only DJ Mustard. "She Don't Know" was first previewed back in March via a live performance at CIAA weekend.
I Like It
Meek Mill Feat. Mac Miller
As you all know, Meek Mill's current incarceration is putting a temporary damper on what was supposed to be the fall rollout for his album Dreams Worth More Than Money. Although no release date is now in sight, the Philly spitter has somehow freed a leak from the project. "I Like It" features Mac Miller, who previously linked up with Meek Mill on the official remix of his song "House Party."
Free Meek Mill
Meek Mill is currently locked up for a probation violation (and will probably be in jail until September), but despite that, we haven't heard many "Free Meek"s circulating around the hip-hop-osphere. Curtis Williams, of the recently-signed Two-9, is here to change that with a brief offering entitled "Free Meek Mill."