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Meek Mill Does Verse On Tee Grizzley's Super Bowl-Themed Remix

02-07-2018
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Meek Mill

(Radio.com) Philadelphia native Meek Mill has had a tumultuous year, but his hometown team's Super Bowl victory is cause for celebration. The rapper appears on Tee Grizzley's new "First Day Out" remix which toasts to the Eagles and also features Mill getting candid about failed relationships, legal woes and how he burns off steam.

"I done bagged a popstar, put a Wraith on the road," he raps, apparently referencing Nicki Minaj. "Thank God, ain't it a blessin'? (What?) / We made it out from State, went from all that stressin'."

While Mill's lines were recorded before the Super Bowl, Grizzley's new material was tracked after the Eagles' victory: "I feel 'em prayin' on my downfall/ From the yard to the streets, Ima stand tall/ I won 50 on the Eagles, split it with my dogs," he raps.

Listen to the lyrically explicit "First Day Out" here.

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