Meek Mill Teases the Possibility of Working With Drake Again

The "Free Meek" movement had a staggering list of supporters throughout hip-hop, with one of the most notable advocates for Meek Mill's release being Drake, even though he engaged with the Philly MC in a memorable rap beef back in 2015. With a refreshed outlook on life since gaining his freedom, Mill is willing to put the feud behind him, and has hinted that the possibility of them doing new music together is on the table. 

The 31-year-old stopped by Hot 97 for a lengthy chat as part of his comeback press tour. "It's possible. Everything is possible," Meek said regarding a potential collaboration with Drizzy. "I don't have hate towards him, and I don't believe he has hate towards me. When I was in that situation, I seen in the media, he said, 'Free Meek Mill.' That's when I was at my down point, when I don't have anything going on with music."

Prior to their dispute, the "Amen" artists were actually good friends. "Before we had a little rap issue. I knew him as a person, and he supported. And that goes for anybody. Drake is the biggest thing in music right now," he says.

The MMG rapper is looking to use his platform to invoke change throughout the criminal justice system in his home state of Pennsylvania. Meek sees himself as a "voice for the voiceless" if you let him tell it. 

Check out Meek Mill's interview in its entirety with Hot 97 below.


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