The SpotiFive: Friday July 6 – Future, Meek Mill and More

Meek Mill, PnB Rock And Jeremih – “Dangerous”

Meek Mill shows some unity by featuring PnB Rock, who is also from the City of Brotherly Love. On this up-tempo banger, Meek delivers a pretty dope verse. He even mentions his recent legal issues with Judge Genece Brinkley, who is refusing to grant the rap star a new trial for violating his probation.

Dave East And Rick Ross – “Fresh Prince of Belaire”

Even though Dave East is from Harlem, and Rick Ross hails from Miami, the pair collaborated for this cleverly titled song “Fresh Prince of Belaire.” Both rap stars have an endorsement deal with the liquor brand, so the song serves as sort of an advertisement. Nevertheless, both rappers deliver outstanding lyrics on this track, which should see some rotation throughout the summer.

B. o. B Featuring Waka Flocka Flame – “Elbows”

B. o. B may believe the earth is flat, but he’s not worried about flatness on this record. This up-tempo record is perfect for the clubs, and it is designed to get all the women with big fat asses on the ground and shaking.

Young Buck – “Narcos”

G-Unit rapper Young Buck checks In with a tale of drug dealing. On “Narcos,” Young Buck can’t just trust anyone, which is an Ode to his Mexican drug dealing plug. the lyrics are typical of Young Buck – drug dealing, guns and violence. But the track is banging and the lyrics are decent, and this song stands out in Young Buck’s lengthy catalog.

Future – “Racks Blue”

Future surprised everyone early this morning, when he dropped the sequel to Beastmode 2. Part 2 of the mixtape features nine songs and one guest appearance by Young Scooter. On this track, Future talks about what he loves even more than doing drugs – making money.