Meek Mill’s “Panda” and “Summer Sixteen” mashup remix has possibly redeemed him from the multitude of L’s he received last year. Meek’s new song, although late, shows the “Milly” everyone knew before the Drake beef.
Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend, Meek Mill, just dropped a remix that slaughters Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” and Desiigner’s “Panda.” And just as Meek mentioned in his verse, you can’t say that “he ain’t swagging” on the beat. Mill has taken a lot of L’s over the last few months, but this isn’t one of them. You can listen to Meek Mill’s new song in the mashup below.
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Meek Mill – Trap Vibes
As you could hear, Meek didn’t spare any lyrical execution as he slayed the bars. Does Mill’s remix revamp the beef between Drake and himself? That’s difficult to say. As you remember from last summer, Mill dissed Drizzy, and Mr. OVO’s comeback didn’t happen until days later — nearly a week or so. For now, Drizzy hasn’t responded to Meek’s take on his “Summer Sixteen” track. But that doesn’t mean something’s not in the works. If you recall Drake’s own lyrics on the song, he’s “looking for revenge all Summer ’16.”
Meek Mill has released several tracks after his initial beef with the “Pop Style” artist. However, this is the first one that has received more positive feedback than negative. Usually by now there would be tons of memes about Mill’s track failure. Yet there don’t seem to be any. Obviously, Meek came with the lyrical fire this time and burned naysayers away. Below might be the only “L” Meek is catching.
In a recent Meek Mill commercial, he lays out his backstory and determination as follows:
“Started with a dollar and a dream. This one [is] for all the people who said I couldn’t do it. You know, the best feeling in the world is doing whatever the f**k you wanna do…living the way you wanna live.
…Dedication, determination, and discipline…I told my teacher, back then, that I was going to be like this. She looked at me like I was crazy.
I’m talking ’bout, we come from generations and generations of poverty. You know, so you’ve gotten wake up like there’s no tomorrow. Like, you don’t know what going to happen…’cause we don’t. And, grab every dollar…’cause we ain’t got time for ‘favors’. We ain’t got time for suckas…we ain’t got time for haters.”
You can view Mill’s aforementioned Instagram posts below.
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In a second part of the video, Meek Mill emphasized the importance of seizing the moment. Meek states that, when it’s your time, it’s your time, and you have to take full-advantage of that situation. Likewise, Mill notes that, if you don’t capitalize on that moment, it’s nobody’s fault but your own. Mill states that, if you don’t believe in yourself, no one will believe in you. And from that notion, you’ve already taken a loss before you’ve gotten started.
As Meek elaborates further, he mentions that no one will see your dreams from your perspective but you. And, this is why you’re responsible for seeing your goals and dreams into reality. It’s not confirmed, but maybe this is the commercial for his upcoming album?
All in all, many of Meek Mill‘s listeners have been awaiting Dreamchasers 4 just as intently as Drake’s listeners have been awaiting Views from the 6. According to The Inquisitr, Meek might be waiting until moments after his rival drops his Views album before releasing DC4.
On top of rapping on Drake’s track, Mill has also teamed up with another of Drizzy’s potential rivals, Tory Lanez. They did a song called “Lord Knows” for the movie Creed. You can see the video below.
What are your thoughts about Meek Mill’s “Panda” and “Summer Sixteen” remix? Likewise, do you think Drake will respond? Will Tory Lanez become more affiliated with Meek’s Dreamchasers team? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
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