Meek Mill Talks Hometown Influences On MMG's "Self Made, Vol. 2"
Meek Mill tells MTV that he and Wale aim to bring their respective hometowns' sounds to the next MMG record.
MTV recently caught up with Maybach Music Group's Meek Mill and Wale on the video shoot to their latest single "Bag of Money." During the interview, the Philadelphia leg of the MMG team explained how the group is approaching their upcoming Self Made, Vol. 2 LP.
Meek explained that he and Wale are making sure to bring their hometown's unique sounds into the fold this time around. At the same time, however, Mill says that it's Rick Ross who anchors the group's various sounds and styles on the latest MMG record.
"Me and Wale, we always talk all the time, and I told Wale I actually wanted to do a couple myself on a Philly type of vibe and he wanted to do something on a D.C. type of vibe," he explained. "Ross is always gonna bring a lot to the table with Self Made. I'ma say he's the ringleader of the whole Self Made movement, so we just wanted to bring our parts of the table to it so we make it...you gonna hear D.C., Philly, the South, everything all in one. We just want to give you a part of everything."
Check out the full interview below.
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