Rather than letting the gossip circulating about him and Diddy in the news get him down, Meek Mill is capitalizing on his moment in the spotlight. He’s not bothering himself with allegations in a recent lawsuit about allegedly being sexually intimate with Sean Combs (who was linked to Usher and Stevie J in the same documents). Instead, the Philadelphia native wants to keep all ears on his lyrical abilities, which he proudly shows off on today’s (February 29) HEATHENISM EP.

The five-track effort includes two collaborations, “Whatever I Want” alongside Fivio Foreign and “Giving Chanel” with Future. Meek handles the other three titles by himself with total confidence, and for our music panel, we’re highlighting his bars on “Times Like This.” Over production by OthelloBeats and Gabe Lucas, the Dream Chaser reflects on how much life has changed for him since first coming up in the rap game.

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“I’m on the chopper, me and Rubin, and I’m exactly where I belong / Came up trappin’ out the phone, these ni**as weren’t happy I was home,” he spits prior to a “Dreams & Nightmares” shoutout. “You ever make a bad decision? Ni**as happy that you wrong? / I used to pray for times like this, you can’t even imagine what I be on, ni**a.”

Before showing us how he’s moving in 2024, Meek Mill closed out 2023 with a collaborative album in tandem with Rick Ross. Too Good To Be True remains in rotation for many hip-hop heads since arriving last November, but if you haven’t tuned in already, you can do so at the link below. Make sure to check back in with HNHH this weekend for more of our new music recommendations.

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Quotable Lyrics:

I’m on the chopper, me and Rubin, and I’m exactly where I belong
Came up trappin’ out the phone, these ni**as weren’t happy I was home
You ever make a bad decision? Ni**as happy that you wrong?
I used to pray for times like this, you can’t even imagine what I be on, ni**a

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