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Meek Mill is looking to continue to build on the momentum he built up in 2012 by preparing to release the third installment of his Dreamchasers mixtape series. The Philly emcee sits down with HipHopSince.com's Brandon Wyche to talk about that project and a lot more.
Meek said you can expect production on the mixtape from Jahlil Beats, Cardiak, Cardo, Tone Beats and Budda Da Future.
He also talks about his haters, people saying he's changed, being a Styles P fan, his endorsement deal with Puma and will he respond to Cassidy's "R.A.I.D." diss.
"We ain't doing that no more. Make a single n*gga," Meek said, addressing Cassidy. "I don't do that all the time. That's not my twist. I did it for the hell of [because] you was running your mouth. Cuz a weirdo from the town. We ain't gonna use his name no more. He can't come back to the city really. The last five times he came back to the city he was back here with me or either Ar-Ab. He ain't address everything Ar-Ab said in none of his raps because he won't address it, he's scared to address it. He won't dare address that. And Ar-Ab ain't saying nothing new, he been saying sh*t like this. When Ar-Ab got shot ten times I'm the only n*gga that talked to him. When he did a song with Swizz [Beatz] I played parts in putting that together, Cuz is not even official."
Meek goes on to compare his current conflict with Cassidy to 50 Cent and Ja Rule's beef.
"Back in the day it was either you with 50 Cent or Ja Rule. I was with 50 Cent. No disrespect to Ja Rule, I was with 50 Cent. 50 Cent made Ja Rule look bad at the time," said Meek. "If you see [Cass] go on a DVD and talk crazy about me, don't listen to my raps no more. If it's 45 minutes of just straight nonsense, he just going in on me, I don't want you to listen to my sh*t no more. It's real and there's fake. And that's the difference with the game right now. I stick to the script. You ain't gonna see me with no tight a$$ clothes on. Freaky a$$ clothes. No dumba$$ songs to sell no records. I make good music, I rap hood sh*t, about money, the life I'm living right now. I ain't doing doing none of that freak, dumba$$ sh*t. And for a n*gga to say they made a lane for Philly. [Cass] had a dumba$$ song 'Come to My Hotel.' 'Drumma Bass,' a dumba$$ song. 'Drink and My 2 Step,' a dumba$$ song. None of my sh*t go near a direction like that."
Meek thinks Cassidy made a mistake by appearing in a recent video with the GD's in North Carolina.
"When you make a video with the GD's and then somebody that be with me run up on you and punch you in the mouth then I'm gonna be the bad guy. But now you taking it to another level," Meek explained. "If you rap...rap. You making a video about some sh*t with the GD's in North Carolina. I just came from North Carolina."
There's a lot more to the interview. Check it out below.