Because Meek Mill is known for his aggressive, yelling style of rap, this review will be typed in all caps and is to be read in Meek’s voice.
The summer of 2015 saw Meek Mill become the poster child for taking “L’s”. After calling out Drake for using a ghostwriter, Meek essentially gave birth to the Meme and GIF culture we know and love today.
The Drake beef overshadowed the release of a solid sophomore album in Dreams Worth More Than Money, and now two years later, the Philly MC and MMG signee has bounced back from the infamous feud to clearly define what a loss is on his third album Wins & Losses.
Wins & Losses highlights a growth and maturity from Meek that was missing from his previous projects. He’s even stopped rapping about Rollies. Kinda. Though we still get the flaunting Boss…
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