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Meek Mill Praises Roddy Ricch, Lil Baby, Megan & More Artists Taking Over



Meek Mill Credits Young Artists Taking Over The Rap Game 

Meek Mill Lists Young Artists Taking Over The Rap Game

The rap game has been a  generational thing with rappers having their prime time of reign before being classified as old school while the new generations take over.

It’s been that way for a long time and if you check out the buzzing rappers at the beginning of the last decade, they’re quite different from what we have right now.

Although, some of the veterans still maintains their stands, the youngins are keen on taking over the scene and fans playlist. We all saw how Roddy Ricch’s “Antisocial” album displaced Eminem and Lil Wayne’s album after their first week on the chart.

Meek Mill Credits Young Artists Taking Over The Rap Game

And in 2020 so far, the new rappers are the ones dishing out their projects, proving themselves and earning a good spot. NBA Youngboy dropped ‘Still Flexin Still Steppin’ two weeks ago which debuted at No. 2 with 98,000 album-equivalent units moved.

Last week, G Herbo PTSD and Lil Baby ‘My Turn’ dropped and both landed within the Billboard 200’s top ten. This #NewMusicFriday was marked by surprises from Lil Uzi Vert ‘Eternal Atake’ and Megan Thee Stallion ‘Suga’.

Obviously, every Hip Hop fan would have been feeling the heat of the new school rappers and Meek Mill did not hesitate to credit them for taking over with their incredible craft.

He took to Twitter to praise them for out-hustling his own generation and those that preceded him. “The young artist got the older artist shook after further review ima just be the first to say it [multiple crying emojis]”, he wrote.

He then warned that their reign may not continue for that much longer, since he plans on reclaiming power with his forthcoming release. “Ima light y’all lil asses up when it’s my turn tho …. keep snapping youngbulls!!!”

Meek name dropped Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, NBA Youngboy, Roddy Ricch, DaBaby, G Herbo, Megan Thee Stallion. After followers suggested other young game-changers, Meek conceded that A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Moneybagg Yo and Money Man are all also deserving of praise.

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