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Meek Season continues…
Last summer was supposed to be Meek Mill‘s. With “I Don’t Know,” “They Don’t Love You No More,” and “Off The Corner” in heavy rotation just about anywhere rap bangers are played, and an early September release date for his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money–not to mention an arena-shaking performance of his “Dreams & Nightmares Intro” at Hot 97’s Summer Jam–the stars appeared to be aligning for the Philadelphia bred rapper. Until they weren’t. Until a judge decided Meek had violated his probation and tossed him in jail for the rest of the year.
This summer, Meek will attempt to make good on last year’s bets, thanks to a new rotation of bangers: “Monster,” “B-Boy,” and now “Check,” the Metro Boomin and Southside-produced record Meek’s been teasing on his Instagram for the better part of the past 2 months. It’s expected by many–Meek, especially–to be his claim to the summer throne, or at least part of it. Listen below.
Leave it to Meek Mill to bring the heat every time. Following the hit records “Monster”, the tribute to Chinx with “I Miss My Dawgs”, he returns for the new summer track “Check”. “Check” was premiered by Funk Flex tonight and social media lit up as soon as it dropped.
Produced by none other than Metro Boomin’ & Southside, the MMG rapper is flexin’ on the highly anticipated record. The Philly rapper is just warming up with this one. Take your first listen here!
Meek Mill, Travi$ Scott, and Metro Boomin teased a forthcoming banter, “Check,” on Meek’s Instagram a couple days ago, and we wish it were more than just 15 seconds. From the sounds of it, these three guys are taking summer very seriously.
Meek’s highly anticipated sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, is dropping later this year, but an official release date has yet to be announced. Watch the clip above.
2015 is off to a great start for La Flame
For the first half of last year, Travi$ Scott seemed to be fading a bit into the background. His mixtape, Owl Pharaoh, failed to spawn even a mild hit, and despite his dominant performance on G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer album and crafting probably the best song on Jay Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail album, the engine of his own solo career appeared to be sputtering.
Then, randomly, in August, Kanye West tweeted the link to Days Before Rodeo, Scott’s second official release, and 2014’s best mixtape (though it plays like a free album). Since then, La Flame has caught fire–pun intended–and he’s pushing full steam ahead to his proper debut album, Rodeo, which will be released on Epic Records this year. In preparation, Scott has announced The Rodeo Tour, on which he’ll be joined by two of his best co-conspirators–Young Thug, Metro Boomin–for a nationwide parade beginning in March. In addition to that, he’s released two new songs. “Nothing But Net” featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR & Young Thug and “High Fashion” featuring Future. No word yet as to whether or not either of these songs will appear on Rodeo–probably not–but you can listen to them below, then check out the official Rodeo Tour announcement.
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