Rap’s Top Loser: The Biggest L’s In Meek Mill’s Career

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There was a time that Meek Mill was once considered a top-tier rapper. When he released his second album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, that instantly increased his stock. By nabbing his first number one album and crafting a radio-friendly record in “All Eyes On You” with Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown, it proved that he was a formidable artist in the rap circuit. Then, he got entangled in some rap beef and was swept off his feet by Hurricane Drake. Since then, nothing was the same.

Meek Mill talks on stage at CRWN A Conversation With Elliott Wilson & Meek Mill event at Gramercy Theatre on July 2, 2015 in New York City

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See the Biggest L’s in Meek Mill’s CareerĀ on the following pages.

Exposing Drake Not Writing His Own Raps

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Who can forget that one fateful night when Meek called out Drake for having a songwriter on Twitter? Despite the two once being friends, and Drake acknowledging Meek’s beastly “Dreams & Nightmares” as the best intro in this generation, Meek accused the “6 God” rapper of something so blasphemous. Unfortunately, it came back to bite him in the a$$.

Drake Dropping “Back to Back”

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The fact that Meek failed to respond to “Charged Up” was one thing, but watching Drake dragged him on “Back to Back” with lines like, “Is that a world tour or your girl’s tour,” really crushed his spirits. To make matters worse, this club-banger of a record earned a Grammy nomination.

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