Yo Gotti Ft. Meek Mill – Lebron James (Remix)

Yo Gotti Ft. Meek Mill – Lebron James (Remix)

The remix just doesn’t seem to be becoming much in hip-hop anymore. Most rappers do them but don’t know how to properly create a memorable one. For Yo Gotti’s “Lebron James (Remix),” he keeps the same verses from the original with a Meek Mill verse tacked on at the end. It would’ve worked better as the original, but since Meek is already on another I Am record it wouldn’t have made sense. Previously: August Alsina Ft. Yo Gotti – Ghetto Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Meek Mill Ft. Travi$ Scott, Diddy & Birdman – I’m Leanin’

Meek Mill shot a slew of videos over that past few months. One of the first was to his Cardo-produced Dreamchasers 3 intro, “I’m Leanin” which features Travi$ Scott, Birdman, and Diddy. Take a look at the video below and look out for a video to Meek’s Jadakiss assisted single “Heaven Or Hell,” coming soon. Previously: Fat Trel Ft. Tracy T, Meek Mill & Rick Ross – Shhh (Remix) Follow @UptownToney

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Fat Trel Ft. Tracy T, Meek Mill & Rick Ross – Shhh (Remix)

Fat Trel Ft. Tracy T, Meek Mill & Rick Ross – Shhh (Remix)

Maybach Music could really takeover if they moved more like a unit, and I’m not talking about doing annual Self Made albums. Those are kind of played out. Two of MMG’s newest artists, and certainly not the last, Fat Trel and Tracy T are joined by Meek Mill and Rick Ross to take on the aggressively hypnotic Future “Shit” record. A solid choice of instrumental. Previously: Fat Trel – She Fell In Love Follow @SermonsDomain

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Rick Ross Ft. Future, Meek Mill & Wale – No Games (Remix)

Rick Ross Ft. Future, Meek Mill & Wale – No Games (Remix)

Rick Ross is often times the kind of over-hyping things. However, his “No Games (Remix)” doesn’t aim to do that with over-boasting guest features. He just taps into Meek Mill and Wale. It may not make the same impact as if he did utilize a different line-up, but he’s still got a lot of work to do before Mastermind gets a new release date. Maybe another spotlight-stealing mixtape like Rich Forever at the top of 2014? Previously: Master P Ft. Rick Ross – Two Three Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: DJ Khaled Ft. Diddy, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I. & Swizz Beatz – I Feel Like Pac, I Feel Like Biggie

DJ Khaled may have came up short when it came to the first week sales of his album, Suffering From Success, but that’s not stopping his grind. The Miami based boss continues the rollout of material. Here he is once more with a new video to his star studded track “I Feel Like Pac, I Feel Like Biggie” which features Diddy, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, T.I. and Swizz Beatz. Previously: Review: DJ Khaled – Suffering From Success Follow @UptownToney

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Video: Meek Mill Performs New Verse On “Levels” & Addresses Kendrick Lamar

That “Levels (Remix)” was supposed to come out in September, but Meek Mill seems to be prolonging it for a reason. Tonight, Philly’s annual Powerhouse event took place. While headlining, Meek took a moment out of the set to shout out Kendrick Lamar, saying they have no beef but lets him know who’s King tonight, and then drops a new verse over his Cardo-produced “Levels.” Is this that remix verse we’ll be hearing soon? Seems likely. Shouts to HHS87. After the jump, check out some footage of him bringing out Jadakiss, Guordan, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and French Montana. Previously: French… continue reading

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