The wait is over and Meek Mill finally drops his first album since his release from prison earlier this year with Championships laced in 19 tracks riddled with features from Drake, Jay-Z, Cardi B, Ella Mai and more. The success of certified gold records like “Dangerous” prove as a worthy predecessor to the acclaim that’s inevitable with this most recent body of work. Feature laden but complimentary ,nonetheless, Meek truly reveals his growth enrapturing our ears in his sonic madness.
Each track from nostalgic vibes like “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies” to stay-woke records like “What’s Free” and fantasy collaborations like “Going Bad” – he holds nothing back on this album.
His previous compilations like Wins and Losses, DC4 and Dreams and Nightmares solidified his spot as a rapper but Championships marks the dawn of his evolution as an artist.
The Philly spitter splashes into genres of RnB, soul and of course rap amid calling on some of hip-hop’s heavy hitters from then and now. Meek Mill still raps with the same hunger we all fell in love with and it’s because of that, that he can’t lose – he’s evolved not merely changed.
It will be a formidable task to pick your favorite track but indulge in his latest body of work. It’s winning season, it’s level-up season, it’s Championship season! Listen top to bottom and marvel in his aural development.
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