When Meek signed to Maybach Music Group early last year, he proclaimed his goal to be the rap game’s undisputed rookie of the year. With two hits “Tupac Back” and “Ima Boss” locking the streets down, Meek proved he can hang with the best of them on his latest street collection. On this DJ Drama-hosted mixtape, Meek dropped numerous dope freestyles including his version of Future’s “Tony Montana” and probably the best “Niggas In Paris” take to date. Meek even displayed his art of storytelling on the brilliant “Tony Story”. Also with no days off, he put in that overtime flow on “Work” with Rozay and kept the parties all over going with “House Party” which was aided by his fellow Philly native Young Chris. Mill’s debut album is coming this year, but knowing his work ethic, we’ll see more free music. Now that’s a rap fan’s dream.
Previously: #10 Freddie Gibbs Cold Day In Hell l #9 L.E.P. Bogus Boys Now Or Neva l #8 50 Cent The Big 10 l #7 Wale The Eleven One Eleven Theory l #6 Young Jeezy x DJ Drama The Real Is Back l #5 Pusha T Fear Of God l #4 Wiz Khalifa Cabin Fever l #3 Big K.R.I.T. Return Of 4Eva l #2 2 Chainz T.R.U. REALigion
Folks were so thirsty for TM103, they almost missed the much-needed reunion between Da Snowman and Mr. Thanksgiving. Shit, if the title track intro here doesn’t move you, get the fuck up out this post right now. Ok… Now the rest of us know this is trap rap at its best. Even the laziest thug must get motivated to tunes like the intense “Win,” the sinister “Flexin” and the aforementioned second Fab collab, “Rollin“. New CTE recruit, Gangsta Gibbs also shines on “Run-DMC” and “Do It For You.” No sequel needed. This one was for the people.
We all could use a little more Jesus in our life. That’s why Rev. Maino invites us to Bible study for his and Drama’s new video. Third Power in stores now. Can I get a well, well?
” I ain’t no rapper. But I’ll shit on some rappers” —DJ Khaled
Normally, we would see these guys making drops or hosting mixtapes. But tonight, the DJs turn the tables and take a crack at the mic. Off Kay Slay’s Rhyme Or Die album.
Praise the Lord. With DJ Drama hosting, Fred The Godson delivers his latest mixtape with features from Raekwon, Diddy, Meek Mill, Maino, Vado, Pusha T and more. Bow down and get it below.