Meek Mill is itching to deliver his Championships follow-up with the Grammy-nominated project’s two-year anniversary closing in. The Philly rhymer teased fans on Monday (September 14) with a hard-hitting freestyle of what’s to come.
“I smoke YouTube beats too,” Meek joked.
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He floats over the harrowing piano-driven Othello Beats production, “I know my momma she’d a save me if she could, but I’m just too misunderstood/I know you would/And I had to leave them Percs alone for good because they just made me feel too good/And rolling Woods kill the pain because I don’t feel the same.”
Another point for “youtube producers” today! Got meek on my beat 🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/WGqCuoZ9C5
— Othello (@Othellobeats_) September 14, 2020
In addition to catching the ear of his fanbase, the fiery bars even grabbed the attention of some of his top-flight Hip Hop compatriots such as Lil Baby, J. Cole and Ty Dolla $ign.
“The fucc you waiting on,” Baby commented.
Cole added, “I hear you, bro!”
@lilbaby4PF @JColeNC and @tydollasign chime in about Meek's Freestyle. pic.twitter.com/ApdBubjVhG
— I’m Not Having Fun (@LordTreeSap) September 15, 2020
One of Meek’s in-house Dreamchasers producers Nick Papz reflected on times he’d upload type beats to YouTube in hopes of someone from the industry recognizing his talents.
“Lol my Meek type beats on YouTube back in the day all over there,” Papz wrote. “Crazy how far we came lol.”
With Twitter’s music account sparking a debate regarding the best album-opener of all-time on Monday (September 14), Meek threw his name in the ring with five simple words.
“Hold up wait a minute,” he wrote obviously pointing to his hell-raising “Dreams and Nightmares” intro.
Hold up wait a minute https://t.co/w5T0BYu5As
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) September 14, 2020