Meek Mill is letting you know, “don’t sleep on YouTube producers!”
The Philadelphia rapper recently dropped bars over a “Meek Mill type beat” on YouTube. The instrumental was created about seven months ago under the name “Free Meek Mill x Kur Type Bear 2020 Vision.” It’s not clear how Meek found the beat, but that’s pretty dope for the producer of it. Meek shared it online and said, “I smoke YouTube beats too.” Take a look:
Social media is excited for more music from Meek, check out some reactions:
Y’all heard that lil freestyle meek mill posted sheesh 🔥
— D.Meekz (@money_meekz) September 14, 2020
Bro straight fucking fire. Niggas not on his level and that’s on everything.
— DropbackNique 💫 (@DropbackNique) September 15, 2020
Meek killed this freestyle!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥ayoo @MeekMill stop playing and drop something! Stay teasing 😭 pic.twitter.com/Q9Rp3FhInz
— Chase ツ (@chasetm__) September 14, 2020
I replayed that Meek Mill freestyle on his Instagram like 30 times man. He need to make a full song on that beat
— BIG STONY 🏚❤️🔥 (@NVASTONYHEARTED) September 15, 2020
Meek Mill bodied that YouTube freestyle.
— Fonzworth Pontiac (@THEPERFOURMER) September 15, 2020
Meek’s last project was his fourth studio album, Championships, 2018. Meek also makes his acting debut in Charm City Kings, a film based on a famous bike crew, Baltimore’s 12 O’clock Boys. The story is about a boy named Mouse, played by Jahi Di’Allo Winston, who is a 14-year-old who aspires to join the dirt bike crew the Midnight Clique. Meek portrays the leader of the Midnight Clique crew, Blax. Blax ultimately ends up taking Mouse under his wing.
Charm City Kings premiered at the 2020 Sundance Festival in January and will be released on October 8, on HBO Max. It was produced by Will Smith And Jada Pinkett-Smith, alongside teen actor Winston.