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Meek Mill Accuses DJ Drama, Drama Reveals Wishlist for Gangsta Grillz Collaborators

Meek Mill Accuses DJ Drama and Labels Him a ‘Goofy’

Meek Mill recently took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction with DJ Drama, the creator of Gangsta Grillz. Meek accused Drama of “speaking down” on him and even recalled a past incident where Meek claims he “tore him up.” The rapper referred to Drama as a “goofy” in his tweet, highlighting the tension between the two.

DJ Drama’s Extensive Gangsta Grillz Collaborator Wishlist

DJ Drama, known for his extensive list of collaborations on Gangsta Grillz mixtapes, has revealed his wishlist for future artists to work with. Following his work on Tyler, The Creator’s Grammy-winning album “Call Me If You Get Lost,” Drama has been actively releasing Gangsta Grillz projects with artists such as Jeezy, Snoop Dogg, Symba, French Montana, NBA YoungBoy, Jim Jones, and more. Now, he has his sights set on collaborating with emerging superstars.

Meek Mill’s Twitter Exchange and Drama’s Alleged Remarks

In the midst of the feud, Meek Mill shared a text exchange with DJ Drama where the two engaged in a back-and-forth conversation. Drama seemed agitated and mentioned not speaking about “ALL THE REAL SUCKA SHIT” that Meek allegedly does. Meek also highlighted Drama’s role in the beef between him and Drake, suggesting that Drama had a part in instigating and fueling their feud.

DJ Drama’s Vision for Future Collaborators

In an interview with XXL, DJ Drama shared his vision for future Gangsta Grillz collaborations. He expressed interest in working with artists like Stove God Cooks, envisioning a GloRillaGangsta Grillz project. Additionally, Drama mentioned his desire to collaborate with Ice Spice, Lady London, EST Gee, Brent Faiyaz, and many other talented individuals. He emphasized the platform and cross-generational appeal of Gangsta Grillz, which allows for diverse collaborations.

DJ Drama’s Latest Studio Album and Revitalizing Gangsta Grillz

DJ Drama recently released his studio album titled “I’m Really Like That.” The album features a star-studded lineup, including Lil Wayne, Tyler, The Creator, Lil Baby, Jeezy, Lil Uzi Vert, Offset, T.I., Rick Ross, Jack Harlow, Gucci Mane, Westside Gunn, and the late Nipsey Hussle, among others. This album marks Drama’s return to the studio after his 2016 release “Quality Street Music 2,” and it has garnered much attention and acclaim.

DJ Drama’s Excitement for Future Projects and De La Soul Collaboration

During an interview with The Breakfast Club, DJ Drama expressed his enthusiasm for upcoming projects. He attributed his renewed motivation to Tyler, The Creator’s “Call Me If You Get Lost,” which he believes revitalized the Gangsta Grillz brand and mixtape culture. Drama also revealed an exciting development: a Gangsta Grillz tape with legendary group De La Soul is in the works, adding to the anticipation among fans and industry insiders.

The ongoing feud between Meek Mill and DJ Drama has caused a stir in the hip-hop community, while Drama’s wishlist for future Gangsta Grillz collaborations showcases his dedication to evolving the mixtape culture. With Drama’s recent album release and his plans for exciting collaborations, the Gangsta Grillz legacy continues to thrive. Stay tuned for more updates on this feud and upcoming projects within the Gangsta Grillz universe.

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Clay Tucker
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Clay Tucker is a Miami-based Senior Staff Writer for Hip Hop Today covering Hip-Hop news, business, and culture.


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