Meek Mill & Fabolous - All The Way Up (Freestyle) [New Song]

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Meek Mill takes some shots at Drake on his "All The Way Up" freestyle with 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.

Fabolous follows his verse up with some characteristically slick wordplay, but Meek definitely comes away with the more memorable verse on this one. Is this a sign that DC4 is finally on the way?

Quotable Lyrics:
This is hip-hop
You ain't write it don't record it
I don't know how they getting down across the border
I give him the dirty floor, Michigan and water
Sent them 10,000 cases, I put in my order

[Via Complex]

All The Way Up (Freestyle)

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143 MAKE IT STOP
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Meek Mill takes some shots at Drake on his "All The Way Up" freestyle with 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.

Fabolous follows his verse up with some characteristically slick wordplay, but Meek definitely comes away with the more memorable verse on this one. Is this a sign that DC4 is finally on the way?

Quotable Lyrics:
This is hip-hop
You ain't write it don't record it
I don't know how they getting down across the border
I give him the dirty floor, Michigan and water
Sent them 10,000 cases, I put in my order

[Via Complex]

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