Meek Mill Drops “Monster” & Reaffirms His Hip-Hop Dominance


Meek Mill spent a good portion of 2014 incarcerated, and it was because of that time away that his long-awaited Sophomore album was pushed from September to the new year. We still don’t know when Dreams Worth More Than Money will arrive, but late last night we got a new track that has put the entire rap community on its head.

“Monster” is the full-length version of “The Get Back,” a freestyle that surfaced earlier in the month. The track finds Meek Mill going in over a Jahill Beats production with the wit, speed, and intelligence that has become his signature delivery. You’re taken from a quiet moment spent wandering the streets of Meek’s hometown, to the very heights of rap stardom, and then to a place that finds the still-young artist trying to come to terms with everything he has experienced so far in life. It’s thrilling and more than good enough to make you excited for Mill’s new album, regardless of whether or not this track makes the final cut. You can stream the song below:

No word on when an uncut version will be available, but we’ll switch out the streams as soon as possible. For now, follow UTG on Twitter for updates and comment below to let us know your thoughts on Meek Mill’s return.

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