Meek Mill carries on the practice with one more solid collection opener in “Introduction (Hate On Me).”
Tame Mill has authoritatively dropped off his new collection Expensive Pain, and as fans have come to comprehend, the Philly rapper has to some degree an inclination for hard-hitting introduction tracks. On this most recent drop, Meek carries on the practice on “Introduction (Hate On Me)”, which thinks that he is looking to the past and flipping the notorious instrumental from Nas and Diddy’s “Disdain Me Now.”
After a frightful instrumental presentation, Meek shows up cocked and locked over the natural example, letting fly a stimulated stream that gets back to his mixtape energy. There’s an unmistakable feeling of craving in Meek’s conveyance, and his bars insubordinately challenge those with the boldness to send disdainful contemplations toward him. “I’m on a yacht with a terrible tramp, we got the roads in a wrestling hold,” he raps. “Ni**a attempted to peep through the patio, all he seen was the choppas and red dabs.”
Look at Meek Mill’s pristine “Introduction” here, and sound off on the off chance that you think it experiences the standing of his past collection openers.