Rick Ross and Meek Mill have joined forces for their latest joint album, “Too Good to be True,” and the hip-hop world is taking notice. The dynamic duo recently visited Zane Lowe at Apple Music 1 to discuss the album’s creation, with Ross describing it as “the culture” and emphasizing its feel-good vibe.
“This was just me and Meek, and that was just us in the studio,” Ross revealed. “It wasn’t a lot of people, just the team, the private team. Meek, his team, my team, Sam Sneak, Brion, the producers, and we kept it uncut. We went straight to the vein with it.”
Meek Mill added his perspective, emphasizing the seriousness of their studio sessions. “When we get in the studio, that sht gets serious,” he said. “Ross getting into serious mode. He trying to knock that sht out and get to work.”
The album’s lead single, “Shaq & Kobe,” provides a glimpse into the magic these two bring when they collaborate. But the surprises don’t end there – Meek Mill has teased a new intro that he believes will rival the legendary “Dreams and Nightmares.”
As fans eagerly await the drop of the new four-pack in two weeks, Meek Mill is proving that he’s not just satisfied with the success of “Too Good to be True.” The hip-hop community is in for a treat as Meek and Ross continue to push boundaries and leave an indelible mark on the game.
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