Next week, Meek Mill comes to New York for the latest edition of CRWN with Elliott Wilson. He’s also dropping his new album Dreams Worth More Than Money on Monday, June 29th, with features from Drake, Nicki Minaj, Future, and others, so needless to say, #MeekSeason is upon us.
In anticipation of CRWN and his new LP, let us take you through some of Meek’s most fiery guest verses.
10. LEP Bogus Boyz – “Rush Hour” (2011)
The music the LEP Bogus Boyz make is hard as nails, so it makes a lot of sense to get a feature from one of the coldest rappers in Philly.
9. Pusha T – “Body Of Work” (2011)
Out of all the stars stuffed into this track, Meek shines the brightest.
8. Gillie Da Kid – “Get On Da Ground” (Remix) 
Before Meek had beef with Gillie, he jumped on this posse cut with Philly stars like Freeway, Peedi Crakk, and others.
7. Trae The Truth – “Tell Me I Can’t” (2012)
Meek is a high-octane counterpoint to Trae’s low rumble on this cut.
6. DJ Khaled – “Future” (2011)
Meek always gifts Khaled with lovely guest verses.
5. DJ Khaled – “Shout Out To The Real” (2012)
It’s only right the energetic Meek Milly set off a DJ Khaled album, right?
4. Gucci Mane – “Get Money Nigga” (2012)
With the deluge of Gucci Mane mixtapes that have dropped in recent years, it’s nice to hear Meek blaze through a verse with more vigor than most.
3. YG – “I’m A Thug” (2012)
Meek tends to go over bass-heavy beats, so to hear him skip across this hyphy-influenced beat with YG is a nice surprise.
2. The Game – “Scared Now” (2012)
Game is a smart dude, so he gets the MMG star to obliterate the opening track on Jesus Piece.
1. Rick Ross – “So Sophisticated” (2012)
As sharp as Ross was to sign Meek, maybe putting him on this single wasn’t the best idea, considering he got SMOKED.