Meek Mill & Rick Ross On SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation

Meek Mill & Rick Ross On SiriusXM's Hip Hop Nation

Meek Mill and Rick Ross recently appeared on SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation to promote their new single “SHAQ & KOBE”.

During the interview, Meek Mill discussed his relationship with Drake and Rick Ross opened up about working with Dr. Dre and Jay-Z.

The interview airs tonight (9.29.2023) at 8:00 pm EST on Hip Hop Nation with Swaggy Sie on channel 44 or anytime on the SiriusXM app.

Meek Mill and Drake Text Often:

Meek Mill: Me and Drake talking to each other a lot. I see people say stuff about Drake other than, “This is a dream.” Somebody was saying, “Drake ‘Slime You Out’ was corny.” I text him, I was like, “I don’t think “‘Slime You Out’ corny,” and I would tell you if I thought it was corny. I just ain’t think the song was corny and that was one of the songs we listened to with all the little chicks, but on the internet now we got it like that where we could like be brutal. I thought if he think my song corny, he could tell me that we never was at a space like that before the beef and then now, we got to a space where we could text each other and say anything. It could be about a female I like. “Yo, Driz. What’s up? Who is this?”

Rick Ross: It’s too good to be true.

Meek Mill: He gonna definitely call me and say the same thing. I’m gonna sniper myself and we got that honesty where we can leave it on the table and we could walk away and feel good about that and we ain’t had that before the beef, so just in the music industry, I think that shit playing out. I think the Black community and Black money and Black people and black and brown need to get a new structure and a new updated fucking textbook when it comes to the streets because we not together and a lot of this shit, me and Ross, we on this business, on this album. We together on this. We together on the business. We got a lot of shit that fall on the table.

Rick Ross: We getting to the money.

Rick Ross on Working With Dr. Dre and Hov:

Swaggie Sie: Rosé, you got a 10-year anniversary coming up soon, man. “Mastermind.”

Rick Ross: “Mastermind.”

Swaggie Sie: Yeah. When you think back at that-

Meek Mill: That’s my shit too.

Swaggie Sie: Yeah, what’s that growth like for you? 10 years.

Rick Ross: “Mastermind.” That was me speaking for the way I was approaching the game, you know what I’m saying? Me collaborating, me doing a record with Dr. Dre and Jay-Z on the same joint. You know, that’s just what drive you and as an artist, it’s like, yo, producer wise, Dr. Dre, it gets no bigger for what Hov is and for me to be able to bring them records together and it really just be a phone call. You know what I’m saying? As matter of fact, at that time, Dre was in Miami. Dre was in Miami. Breyon in the building. Breyon Prescott had me. “Hey Breyon. I need to see Dre.” “I got you. Matter of fact, I ain’t gonna just put you on the phone with him.” He like, “I’m gonna take you to see him.” He took me to see him.

Meek Mill: Yeah. Shout out to Breyon.

Rick Ross: Shoutout to Breyon. That’s real language and so when we did that, we did some collaborations and when my birthday came back around, a few months later, Dre came down, gave me the big, the King Hublot. He came in and gave me the King Hublot and so, you know, just to have Dre and HOV on the same record with myself, it ain’t much more you could really ask for if it ain’t your blood. You know what I’m saying?

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