DJ Khaled celebrates greatness on his star-studded anthem “I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie.” The Miami DJ enlists Rick Ross, T.I., Meek Mill, Swizz Beatz, and Puff Daddy for the Beat Bully-produced cut off his upcoming album Suffering From Success.
“How you gonna compare yourself to greatness if you ain’t ready to be great, man?” asks Diddy on the motivational record.
Due Oct. 22, Khaled’s album also features collaborations with J. Cole, Wale, Future, 2 Chainz, John Legend, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and more.
Just days after dropping his mixtape Dreamchasers 3, Meek Mill rolls out the video for his street single “I B On Dat.” The MMG MC rides out with Nicki Minaj, Fabolous, and French Montana in the clip, which was partially shot in a studio and on the road.
Nicki hops on the back of Meek’s bike and tears up the streets of Queens, while Fab charms the ladies.
Plus, look for cameos from Juelz Santana, Ace Hood, and DJ Khaled.
Two years ago, Meek Mill emerged as one of hip-hop’s hottest newcomers with his mixtape Dreamchasers. After releasing his MMG debut Dreams & Nightmares in 2012, the Philly MC is back and hungrier than ever with the third installment in his Dreamchasers series.
Hosted by DJ Drama, the 16 tracks include the singles “I B On Dat” and “Make Me,” with appearances from Diddy, Nicki Minaj, Ma$e, Future, French Montana, Jadakiss, Rick Ross, and his late protégé Lil Snupe.
On the production tip, he scored beats from hitmakers including Boi-1da, Cardo, Scott Storch, and Key Wane.
In anticipation of his upcoming mixtape Dreamchasers 3, Meek Mill feeds the streets with another banger. On “Make Me,” the MMG rapper uses his haters as motivation to keep winning.
“I ain’t never cared what a ni**a had to say about me/ And I ain’t never cared what a bitch had to say about me/ It just made me want to shit on ya’ll ni**as/ It just made me want to shit on ya’ll bitches,” he raps.
DC3 drops Sept. 29 featuring Rick Ross, Fabolous, T.I., Future, Jadakiss, Lil Durk, and more.
Meek Mill is a pro on the bike, but how does he hold up on a skateboard? Lil Wayne teaches the MMG MC to skate in a preview from DJ Scoob Doo’s Triple OG DVD. Weezy goes first, skating down the ramp, but Meek has a tough time staying on his feet. But that doesn’t stop him from trying again.
“I’m a universal hood ni**a,” he said. “Anything I do, I learn how to do good.”
After hitting the floor a few times, he was worn out and had to lie down. “What I do wrong?” he asked, to which Wayne replied, “Everything.”
The Young Money boss had some words for the newbie: “I told ni**as, three words: You gon’ fall.”
Rick Ross and his MMG crew are back for a third time with Self Made, Vol. 3. Due Sept. 17, the hip-hop compilation features MMG’s all-stars including Rozay, Meek Mill, Wale, Rockie Fresh, Stalley, and Omarion.
They also reached outside the camp, enlisting J. Cole, Lupe Fiasco, Hit-Boy, French Montana, Fabolous, Pusha T, and the late Lil Snupe.
“This album is more energetic. It’s like a home invasion,” said Ross during his appearance on “106 & Park.” “We’re kicking in the door with the energy and everybody’s coming with their A-game.”
They will celebrate by playing three shows in one day on Sept. 17. Wale will be in North Carolina with J. Cole, Meek Mill has a show in Washington, D.C., and Rick Ross will headline New York’s Gramercy Theatre. The concerts will be live streamed on MMG.TV.
You don’t have to wait until Tuesday to hear the album. All 16 tracks can now be streamed below.
Kendrick Lamar is not backing down. Just days after Meek Mill released his Kendrick diss “Ooh Kill ‘Em,” the Compton MC fired back at the Philly rapper during his show at Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Park last night.