Meek Mill Puts Out Call For J. Cole Collab + Calls Tierra Whack His ‘Fav Female Artist’


Several artists were in the mix of Meek Mill’s latest #AskMeek question-and-answer sessions on Twitter, including JAY-Z, Tierra Whack, Jadakiss and more.

On Monday (February 21), the Philly Hip Hop veteran resurrected the hashtag and dropped several bombs in response to his fans #AskMeek questions, which appeared to include more requests, rather than actual inquiries.

One user actually demanded that the 34-year-old rapper collaborates with Dreamville mastermind J. Cole, and Meek Mill seemingly obliged and called out The Off-Season MC.

“I’m waiting on Cole….” he remarked in response to the fan’s statement. “This a call out to him right chea! Lol that’s my guy.”

Meek Mill kept it real when it came to answering serious questions, and took a moment to speak about his “West Coast brother,” Nipsey Hussle in response to a fan who inquired about his thoughts surrounding the Victory Lap rapper’s 2019 shooting death outside of The Marathon Clothing store he owned on Crenshaw.

“Most nights I do,” Meek Mill said. “That shit almost drove me crazy … because he ain’t deserve that! That was my west coast brother!”

He also gave flowers to several of his Hip Hop peers such as Tierra Whack, whom he called his “Fav female artist” and 2Pac and Biggie, who he said he considers the leaders of the culture.

“Jay [JAY-Z], Wayne [Lil Wayne], Kiss [Jadakiss],” Meek Mill wrote in when asked who his top three MCs were. Biggie [Biggie Smalls] and Pac [2Pac] don’t count lol they was a lil ahead of my time but I know they the leaders of this whole music culture.”

Meek Mill also gave a thorough explanation of why his 2021 Expensive Pain album is his favorite release thus far, with Championships ranking in at a close second.

“Expensive pain then championships …” he wrote. Championships great it had the hype ….. expensive pain my favorite because it has all around vibes on it and not out dated.”

Upon its release last October, Meek Mill’s Expensive Pain album debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart and sold the equivalent of 95,000 units the first week.

In contrast, Championships debuted at No. 1 in December 2018 and is Meek Mill’s second effort, in addition to his 2015 Dreams Worth More Than Money album, to top the Billboard 200 Chart.

Revisit the stream for Expensive Pain below.