Meek Mill is known to be a great freestyler, whether he's in the booth or just riding around the city with his entourage. One of the great benefits of that skill is that, when it comes to hot new tracks in the rap world, you can add your own flavor to them with ease. That's exactly how he graced Latto's latest single "Put It On Da Floor," delivering a few bars over its dramatic production. In fact, it does sound pretty similar to the larger-than-life, orchestral, and vivid beats that the Philly MC typically rides. As such, it's a match made in heaven, and one that will surely have at least a few fans begging for a remix.
"Send him up, go to Vegas with that s**t, you know we ain't NBA, but we all players with that s**t," Meek Mill raps over Latto's track. Furthermore, "Put It On Da Floor" got the Atlanta-bred rapper a lot of love from fans, but also got her in a sticky situation. For those unaware, on one of her bars from the song, she compared a blunt to Coi Leray, sparking a short and resolved beef. Still, fans haven't stopped speculating on issues between the two, despite the 777 artist clearing up any confusion and showing love to Coi.
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Meek Mill Rhymes Over "Put It On Da Floor" By Latto
Regardless of his next musical moves, there are some things within the industry that the Expensive Pain rhymer feels quite apprehensive towards. As such, we don't know for sure what his career will look like, though we know it'll be quality and coming from a genuine place, contrasted to a phenomenon that he recently spoke on. Furthermore, Meek Mill shared an A.I.-generated rap song from the perspective of his deceased father. The track garnered a lot of discussion from fans, mostly from those who found it a little too insensitive and bizarre for comfort.
Also, the 36-year-old gave advice to a couple of very young rappers who spit some bars for him. "Why y'all talking that crazy stuff? Y'all gotta rap about what you know," he told the youngsters concerning their more mature subject matter. It was a bizarre occasion, but nonetheless an important one for kids exposed to hip-hop in all its forms. For more news and the latest updates on Meek Mill, stay up to date on HNHH.
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