DJ Khaled's new single, "They Don't Love You No More," which features Jay Z, Rick Ross, French Montana, and Meek Mill is just one of 20 monster records that Khaled and Meek Mill have in the stash. In a recent interview with Complex, Meek claims that he and Khaled went back and forth about which of the many records they would release as the single for the I Changed A Lot LP but Khaled ultimately chose "They Don't Love You Know More."

"I was in the studio with Khaled cooking up monster records," said Meek. "Me and Khaled was working together making like 20 monster joints. And that was the one that Khaled picked that he wanted out of the 20. We was going back and forth about it. I wanted it too. But, you know, Khaled ended up winning...He came out on top."

It's good to know that despite Meek Mill's recent legal troubles, he is still putting in work in the studio and gearing up for more releases, including his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money.

During the interview, the Philly MC also commented on Drake saying that the Intro to his debut album Dreams And Nightmares was, "One of the best rap moments of our generation." "It felt good to hear Drake show love and respect like that," said Meek. "Me and my homies, we always thought that about the intro...It ain't take Drake to say it, Drake just put an extra stamp on it...That's the homie and that's how he must have felt, he just woke up and tweeted that. I always say most of the time in interviews Drake like the hottest, the biggest artist of our generation. I was smiling when I seen [the Tweet]."