Meek Mill speaks on his features on the upcoming "Dreamchasers 3," as well as gives his thoughts on Rick Ross' lyrics debate.
While Meek Mill currently preps his Dreamchasers 3 mixtape he's also been busy on tour, which has delayed the mixtape process, as Meek said in a new interview, he's only half-way through finalizing the tracklisting for the project. Although it may not be final yet, Meek did throw out some features we'll find on DC3, and also spoke on the hot topic of Rick Ross' "U.O.E.N.O." lyrics.
Meek had a tour stop in DC where he hit up 93.9 WKYS to discuss the progress on his upcoming mixtape, before he launched into the controversy surrounding Ricky Rozay's date rape lyrics. "I'm like half-way through. Really I've been on tour a lot, touring and moving around, so I ain't been able to get to finish it as much, so I'm only half-way through as of now," he said of finalizing the tracklist.
Meek defended his MMG boss when it came to his lyrics, pointing out how the topics Rozay rapped about on "U.O.E.N.O." have been covered before in hip-hop, and were not criticized in the past. "I don't even care about nobody criticizing no lyrics, man. People rap about killing stuff all day. Biggie said he'll rape your kid throw her over the bridge, it was nothing, it was just hip-hop," Meek Mill said. "Now you got all these weirdos on these social sites voicing their opinion about something anybody say. I don't care. I'm from the hood. I never really cared about what nobody said in no raps. Raps always been talking about killing, drugs, all type of stuff. You can't just criticize no one thing nobody say man. It's [an] imaginary visual. If a writer write about somebody gettin raped in a movie, does that mean he's a rapist or he wants girls to get raped? No, he just wrote about that in a movie."
Listen to the full interview with Meek below.