Meek Mill - Make Me

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Meek Mill didn’t care what a hater had to say when he was broke; now that he’s loaded, listening to criticism is even lower on his priority list. In fact, the unsolicited negative opinions have only augmented his stubborn determination to succeed: “It just Make Me wanna show y’all b*tches.” On his latest mixtape single, the follow-up to early September’s It’s Me (I Be on That), the Philly phenom makes clear that he’s going to conduct his hustle according to his rules, and no one else’s. His melodically-flowed verses and hook come backed by the ominous, whip-ready boardwork of a sadly uncredited producer. Fans will be able to find this tenacious cut and many more bangers on Meek’s Dreamchasers 3 mixtape, dropping digitally this Sunday, September 29.

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