Download Album Meek Mill - Championships

  • Date Released: 2018-11-30
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap Music
  • Tracks Count: 19
  • ℗ 2018 Maybach Music Group LLC/Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and Maybach Music Group LLC/WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States
Song Artist Duration Size
24/7 (feat. Ella Mai) Meek Mill 03:41 7.54 MB
Going Bad (feat. Drake) Meek Mill 03:00 6.15 MB
Respect the Game Meek Mill 03:12 6.54 MB
Championships Meek Mill 04:21 8.76 MB
On Me (feat. Cardi B) Meek Mill 03:45 7.55 MB
Wit the S***s (W.T.S) [feat. Melii] Meek Mill 02:50 5.90 MB
Dangerous (feat. Jeremih and PnB Rock) Meek Mill 03:53 7.77 MB
What's Free (feat. Rick Ross & JAY-Z) Meek Mill 06:02 11.95 MB
Cold Hearted II Meek Mill 05:01 10.02 MB
Uptown Vibes (feat. Fabolous & Anuel AA) Meek Mill 03:10 6.53 MB
Intro Meek Mill 03:33 7.07 MB
Trauma Meek Mill 03:58 8.01 MB
Pay You Back (feat. 21 Savage) Meek Mill 03:55 7.91 MB
Stuck in My Ways Meek Mill 03:11 6.45 MB
Almost Slipped Meek Mill 04:06 8.25 MB
Oodles O' Noodles Babies Meek Mill 03:01 6.21 MB
100 Summers Meek Mill 02:43 5.68 MB
Splash Warning (feat. Future, Roddy Ricch and Young Thug) Meek Mill 02:48 5.83 MB
Tic Tac Toe (feat. Kodak Black) Meek Mill 03:05 6.23 MB
The album Meek Mill - Championships contains 19 tracks that accumulates 01:09:15 minutes or 140.35 MB
You can buy & download album Meek Mill - Championships from iTunes for just $13.99
A short description:
Meek Mill knows how to make an entrance. “Dreams and Nightmares,” the opening track from his 2012 debut, became one of the most chantable rap songs of the era. “Intro,” the opener from the rapper’s fourth studio album, Championships, revisits the same energy, this time with the dramatic flair provided by a sample of Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight.”
Championships serves as a reintroduction, of sorts, for the rapper. Its title refers to a feeling of accomplishment that Meek is finally comfortable embracing after a tumultuous few years in the limelight, including a bitter rap feud with onetime friend Drake (who officially closes out the beef with an appearance on Championships’ “Going Bad”), a high-profile breakup, and a stint in jail stemming from a probation violation related to a charge he caught roughly 10 years prior.
“I feel like I’m at a championship stage in my life,” Meek told Beats 1’s Ebro Darden. “I call it beating poverty, beating racism, beating the system, beating gun violence, beating the streets. Once I made it through all that, I got to a point in my life where I’ve been living good and balling, doing what I do.” The album is plenty celebratory, with the Philly rapper partying in New York City’s Washington Heights on “Uptown Vibes” and then showing off with the neighborhood’s queen, Cardi B, on “On Me.” “Splash Warning,” “Tic Tac Toe,” and “Stuck in My Ways” are all classic Meek-flexing (lest we forget that Meek gets money, that money buys nice cars, and that the women he courts love both money and nice cars).
But the MC breaks new ground on “What’s Free,” a song built on the Notorious B.I.G. classic “What’s Beef?,” where, alongside Rick Ross and JAY-Z, Meek breaks down the hurdles he must leap over to capitalize on the opportunities he’s created for himself. “Trauma,” too, is Meek rapping with conviction about prison’s parallels to slavery, as well as the plight of former NFL player-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick.
Championships, then, is the many sides of Meek—a rapper who speaks to the streets of Philadelphia as one of its biggest success stories and also a man compelled to talk about his country’s injustices as someone who has dealt with them head-on. “I don’t want to be an activist,” Meek told Ebro. “That’s not my goal. God put this on my lap where my situation brought attention to it. I want to address it and I want to do some real things, take action, do some real things that make change, but through my music.”