MMG is back with some heat. Meek Mill killed his verse, the only way Meek can do it. Wale put some spice on his verse and went in. The big homie Rozay came in last and finished it off with his fire verse. This entire track is hot, from start to finish. Thumbs up!
Hardo reached out to the homie Meek Mill to get him on the track Love Foreal. Meek Mill who probably didn’t have much to do, didn’t waste any time jumping all over this beat. He came with those fire bars Meek is known for.
The Philly rapper is still on probation and therefore can only release free muisc, as a condition of his probation. It’s crazy they stopping the nigga from eating, but I’m sure Meek isn’t stressing it and in the lab cooking up heat for his Dream Chasers 4.
Hardo, a Pittsburgh native, didn’t disappoint on this track. He put work in and finessed a few bars as well. It was a good track that you should give a listen. Check it out. Hit play below.
I’m not sure if you Wanna Know, but Meek Mill dropped his diss track response to Drake’s Charged Up and Back to Back. I’m just going to share it and not give any rating to it. I’ll let you decide, but social media has been buzzing.
Now he dropped this diss track exposing much about the relationship. He claims in the track that he knew about Nicki’s and Meek’s closeness, it wasn’t a secret and how he is over her as well as how he wrote most of her punchlines. It’s unclear if he’s just in his feelings and making things up to save face, or if there’s any validity in his claims, because in January 2015 Safaree confirmed that he never wrote any material for Nicki. However, his flow and delivery in this track can be compared to some of Nicki’s music and it’ll be hard to believe he never wrote one line for his 12-year girlfriend, especially being a rapper himself.
Anyway, this is all entertaining. It’s time for Meek Mill to step up to the plate and release a diss track, which is aimed at Drake and now Safaree.