Meek Mill drops Oodles & Noodles Babies; a new single that keeps it more real than reality itself in the hood. Call it an official reported an account of inner urban America.
When the sample plays and Meek Mill begins his lyrical onslaught, the only thing you can say is “Damn.” The legendary Philadelphia Hip-Hop artist talks the real truths of America’s ghettos – touching on poverty, drugs dealing and abuse, broken homes, crooked police and childhood obstacles. As harsh as it is to listen to, the reality is touched upon in perfect fashion, serving as Meek Mill’s reflection; a true first-hand memoir of growing up on the hard Philadelphia streets.
Here’s a noteworthy quotable:
It’s just me and Lucifer
Look what they do to us
They know we in poverty
When I went to court the judge said
‘Meek you a menace to society’
This single is to be expected on Meek Mill’s newest upcoming LP Championships. More to be reported as details unveil.