Gunplay remixes Meek Mill‘s “I Got 5 On It” sampled track “Heaven or Hell.” The remix includes Meek Mill and Jadakiss‘ verses. Gunplay’s verse is pretty nice and focuses on Gunplay’s rapping and trapping talents. You’ll definitely want to add this track to your iPod. Listen below!
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New Video: DJ Khaled Ft. Meek Mill, T.I, Rick Ross, and Swiss Beatz – “I Feel Like Pac, I Feel Like Biggie”Monday, October 28th, 2013
DJ Khaled releases the visuals to his song “I Feel Like Pac, I Feel Like Biggie” featuring Meek Mill, T.I., Rick Ross, and Swiss Beatz. The video displays the artists in studio making music and also visuals of Pac and Biggie as well. “I Feel Like Pac, I Feel Like Biggie” is a track off of his new album Suffering From Success that is in stores now! Hit the jump to check out this video that takes us back to the Tupac and Biggie days!
DJ Khaled releases the visuals to his song “Never Surrender” off of his album Suffering From Success that is releasing this week. The song features Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, John Legend, Anthony Hamilton and Akon. DJ Khaled Suffering From Success album drops tomorrow and is available for pre-order on iTunes now! Hit the jump to check out DJ Khaled’s “Never Surrender” music video!
DJ Khaled is coming strong before his album release! Last week, he gave us two tracks off the album and this week he hits us with three. The first track, “Hell’s Kitchen,” features J. Cole and Bas, and J. Cole goes in! Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, John Legend, Anthony Hamilton and Akon joint Khaled for his second joint, “Never Surrender.” A very inspirational track from these guys as they describe their journey from rags to riches. The last track, “No Motion” features none other than Weezy-F-Baby! The production on this joint is sick.
Which is your favorite track? Hit the jump to listen below.
Two tracks in one day?! Yes, that’s exactly what DJ Khaled gives us with a heavy feature on each joint. For the first track “You Don’t Want These Problems,” Khaled brings out Big Sean, Rick Ross, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Ace Hood, and Timbaland. We like his second joint best, featuring Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Ace Hood, and Wale. “I’m Still,” has Breezy throwing shots fired at his haters and even gives us his unheard verse! Hit the jump to listen to both tracks.
Meek Mill spits a verse over the “Pound Cake” beat, originally by Drake featuring Jay-Z. Spade-O also makes an appearance for Meek’s version of the Nothing Was The Same hit. Do you think a freestyle trend for this song is about to ensue? Let us know what you think of Meek’s verse! Hit the jump to listen to the track.
New Music: DJ Khaled Ft Diddy, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I. & Swizz Beatz – “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie”Monday, October 7th, 2013
DJ Khaled releases another single off of Suffering From Success (in stores Oct. 22). “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie,” the first song on the album, features Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I., Swizz Beatz, and Diddy, who is referenced on the tracklist as Puff Daddy. The song’s release is already sparking reactions – both positive and negative – due to the Pac and B.I.G. references. What do you think about the song? Hit the jump to listen to the song!
Last week, Meek Mill hit us with his highly anticipated mixtape, Dreamchasers 3. Today, he leaks one of the two tracks where Nicki Minaj makes a cameo, “Dope Dealer.” With Key Wane on the beat, Nicki goes hard on her verse and reps for the ladies! Did she son Meek and Ross? Hit the jump to listen below.
The classic, use ‘hate to motivate’ is what drives Meek Mill to drop his new track. “Make Me,” is off his upcoming mixtape, Dreamchasers 3 which is set to release September 29. The song goes hard and perfect for the gym. Hit the jump to listen below.
Looks like there’s a new street anthem out, Rick Ross, French Montana, Meek Mill, & Diddy – “Bout That Life.” The track is off SelfMade, Vol. 3 will definitely have you turn-up this weekend! Hit the jump to listen below.
Meanwhile, he still has his side-beef going on with Cassidy, Meek Mill handles more important matters and responds to Kendrick Lamar. Meek is the first rappers who Kendrick mentioned that is actually dropping a diss track. Spitting over Dr. Dre‘s sample of “Forgot About Dre,” Meek unleashes the beast! How did he do? Hit the jump to listen below.