Meek Mill releases his take on “Lemon Pepper Freestyle”

Mill rhymes over the popular Drake and Rick Ross beat.

Meek Mill has released his take on Drake and Rick Ross’ popular “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.”

The rapper ushed in May with the freestyle in a YouTube video, after teasing his fans with snippets on Instagram.

On the freestyle, Mill looks back at the hard life that he’s had, as well as coming to terms with the struggles that come with his success.

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“In eighth grade, I had a .40, had to learn to work that/ Had to learn to tuck that, metal detector, fuck that/ We shootin’ dicе in the bathroom, shoot you out your shoes and lunch pass/ We’rе the ones who would’ve robbed you, anywhere, you chump ass,” he raps.

Mill’s last album was Championships, released November 2018—and the rapper has recently taken to Twitter to declare that he has more music coming this summer.

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More recently, Mill appeared on “That Go!” alongside Young Thug and T-Shyne. He’s also made headlines for non-musical reasons: in February, Mill was filmed in a shouting match with Tekashi 6ix9ine outside an Atlanta club, and he apologized to Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa after she slammed a leaked verse of his about her late husband as “disrespectful.”

“Lemon Pepper Freestyle” originated as a collaboration between Drake and Rick Ross off the former rapper’s Scary Hours 2 EP, and has since inspired freestyles from a myriad of rappers such as Yung Bleu.

Watch Mill rap in the studio and shop for jewelry in his “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” video below:

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