Meek Mill speaks on some of the features to expect on "Dreamchasers 3," as well as his plans to respond to Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse.
Meek Mill's Dreamchasers 3 has been long delayed, but it's looking as if it will actually see release on September 20th. Meek called in to DJ Whoo Kid's show on Shade 45 to speak about the project, revealing some features, as well as his plans for a Kendrick response track.
"We got Fab on there, we got French on there, we got Nicki on there, we got [Jada]kiss on there, we got some hitters on there," Mill said of some of the guest appearances to expect on the mixtape.
The MMG rapper clarified that the initial tracklist he posted wasn't a great representation of the final product, speaking in particular about the song shown to feature Trina. "I've got like 80 songs," he said, some of which are just sketches. "I got no verses on that song."
On his relationship with Kendrick, Meek revealed that they had just spoken the other day. "Yeah I know Kendrick, he's a cool guy. I saw him the other day at Hov's party. I said 'you know I'm loading up to fire back'." The Dreamchasers emcee explained that he didn't take offense to the verse. "I like that shit, I ain't mad at it. If you mad at it then you must just be a soft dude."
Despite being friendly with K.Dot, Meek is still planning to take no prisoners on the DC3 intro. "I've got the new intro, I'm just coming at everybody on that joint. That's what I like about Kendrick, he let us know how he feels, and now I'm gonna let 'em know how I feel," he said.
On his relationship with 50 Cent, Meek spoke about playing the peacekeeper role, which we saw him doing in a recent confrontation Fif had with former G-Unit affilate Trav. "I don't feel like I calmed him down, I just told him some real stuff," he said. "I just try to stay out of all that stuff, I'm just trying to get money."
Concerning his constant feuding with Philadelphia based artists like Gillie Da Kid and Cassidy, Meek expressed that he has no interest in beef. "I've got no beef with Philly artists," he said. "I'm in Philly right now in a brand new Bent."
Listen to the full interview below.