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Monday, December 3, 2018

Album Review: Meek Mill 'Championships'

 At this point, if you don't see the growth in Meek Mill with this new record 'Championships' you are blind. This Record has substance, crispy production, a very truthful element, ratchet shit and more.

As one of the most well-rounded albums of the year if not the best album of the year. Sorry did I say that? You'd be an idiot not to be appreciative of what the homie Meek Mill delivered on this record.

You got features from Fabolous, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Drake. Yeah, Drake on that bih. He's on a slider too. Future, Roddy Rick, Kodak Black, 21 Savage Ella Mae and more. He was strategic what is cameo selection and rightly so. This was to deliver some of the biggest moments of 2018.

One huge moment that we'd like to discuss is the record 'What's free' featuring Rick Ross and Jay Z. Yes Y'all, this is a powerful moment on this 'Championships' body of work. With conviction, Rick Ross spits "Mona Lisa to me ain't nothing but a bitch" which I thought was dope and necessary because that's just a white woman that in the Black culture we don't give a shit about. Meek spits "Oh say you can see, I don't feel like I'm free, locked down in my cell shackled from ankle to feet, judge banging a gavel turn me to slave from a king". That shit is self-explanatory.

But no on this record it gets a lot more potent and notice that we are focused and honing in on this one song. This is to give you an idea of how deeply important this album is culture.

Jay-Z's verse is a masterpiece scary thought for the white powers-that-be. To be honest I was going to quote some of Jay-Z's lyrics but at this point, I'm not even going to do that. That shit is to be heard and felt by you, the person with the melanated skin that needs to hear a powerful wealthy Black man speak like the King he is helping you to realize the King that you are.

If this is too much for you and you feel like it's too Black right now, get the fuck out. Log off of the site this ain't for you. Go log on to Reddit or some shit. You may be more comfortable there because over here we're celebrating Black championships in every shape form or fashion and Meek Mill delivered on this album what is needed for the culture. If you disagree kiss all of our asses and take your ass would that bullshit is tolerated.
Purchased 'Championships' elevate.

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