Every Sample Heard On Meek Mill's 'Championships' Album
The Roc Nation soldier digs deep in the crates.
Following gross mistreatment from the justice system, Meek Mill’s year has been riddled in trauma filled court cases and a long-winded battle with the criminal justice system. Preparing himself for war, the 31-year-old rapper composed his newest album Championships, an uncompromising, no holds barred soundtrack detailed his journey through life.
Housing a multitude of expert producers and featuring artists, the album spotlights a list of all-star participants that make the rapper's coming home project especially exceptional. With songs like “24/7” and “Good Bad” prove there are no bounds to Mill’s limitless collaborations on this album tapping both Ella Mai and Drake for individual features.
Rick Ross and Jay-Z tag team on the “Dreams And Nightmares” rapper’s ‘What’s Free” where Ross comes at Tekashi 69, “Screaming "gang gang," now you wanna rat/Racketeering charges caught him on a tap/Lookin' for a bond, lawyers wanna tax/Purple hair got them f****ts on your back.” Jay-Z takes shots at those controlling the music industry and touting black excellence. Collaborating with other members in the rap game, the Philadelphia native taps artists like Future, 21 Savage, Jeremih, Cardi B, and more.
Pulling inspiration from different eras in music, the Maybach Music affiliate samples songs from several genres and time periods, bridging the gap between past and present.
Below is the complete list of samples used on Championships.