Meek Mill Shares Two Songs Off ‘Championships’ Album Featuring Fabolous and Anuel AA
"In the kitchen, whippin' that dope up, you can smell her odour/Pablo pitchin' and we gon' hit it like we Sammy Sosa (Gimme that)," he spits. "Put that Bentley to the limit, you can smell her odour (Skrt)/Ho, Spanish bitches call me Chulo/When I'm pullin' up in that two door."
Loso's flow fits right in as he follows up Meek on the second verse. "Uptown, nigga/I was down, but they see, I'm up now, nigga/Head high 'cause I'm holdin' up my crown, nigga/Never told even through the ups and downs, nigga," he rhymes.
For "Oodles O' Noodles Babies," Meek takes the listener on a ride in his past. The Philly rapper reminisces about the hard times over a soul-sample procured by Dolla Bill Kidz and Kendxll.
"I ain't have nobody to give me no hope/I hope my momma ain't doin' no coke/I used to wish that my daddy was livin'/I had a dream that I seen him as ghost," Meek spits. "I used to act up when I went to school/Thought it was cool, but I really was hurt/Wanted my family to come to my games/My mama couldn't make it 'cause she was at work."
Championships is slated to drop on Nov. 30. The album will also contain a collab with Cardi B.
Listen to "Uptown Vibes" and "Oodles O' Noodles Babies" below.
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