Meek Mill claims the throne on “King,” a new single off the underwear company Ethika’s forthcoming mixtape RGB (Red, Green and Blue).
Produced by C-Sick, the thumping track finds a confident Meek talking down on detractors. “Ni**as tried to crucify me,” he says on the intro. “We ain’t ever gon’ stop. We come from the motherfuckin’ dirt. You can’t bury me, ni**a.”
Once the beat drops, Mill continues. “Kept it real,” he raps. “Now, they mad at me / Thought that millions would embarrass me / But I done really been through tragedy.”
Ethika CEO Matt Cook opened up about the forthcoming mixtape, which is set to feature Dave East, Lil Durk, Kid Ink, Ace Hood, and more.
“This project ended up being a lot more than we initially bargained for, but seeing it all come together, it was definitely worth it,” Cook told Complex. “The music is amazing, the product and designs are some of the best we have made and continuing to creating unique and memorable experiences remains on the forefront of our minds. I want to thank the team at Ethika and all the artists and other people that helped bring this to life.”
Meek’s Ethika bond is deep. The MMG rapper also has his own signature Dreamchasers underwear through the company.
Aside from working with Ethika, Meek has also been working with Trigga. The rapper joined Trey Songz in the studio this week, shortly after the heartthrob was involved in a back-and-forth social media argument with his ex, Nicki Minaj. “Best of both worlds basically,” wrote Meek in a caption of their photo together. “@treysongz a lot of money made last night!”