Meek Mill Pairs Up With Migos to Finally Release ‘Contagious’ [LISTEN]
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An unreleased Meek Mill track popped up on the internet recently featuring Migos. The haunting “Contagious” originally dropped in 2014 before both artists reached their peak. The KeYWane-produced song features Meek and the ATL trio boasting about their riches and how collecting paper has become infectious.
“Cause that s— contagious / These niggas outrageous / Started off buzzin’ like pagers / Now I got paper / just look at these acres/ I wake up like, where is my neighbors? / Prolly in Vegas, shootin’ dice at the table,” Meek raps on the chorus.
Quavo adds his luxury rhymes on the second verse rapping, “Young n—-, they know that QC the new Death Row / I’m in the kitchen cookin’ antidote (I’m cookin’ it) / Lookin’ down on a f— n—- / Cause a young n—- on a top ropes / Now everybody wanna take a picture / Now that young n—-‘s worth seven figures.”
Offset closes out the song showing brotherly love to the Philly native. “QC is the label, we f— with Dreamchasers / My n—-s they actin’ a fool, but this is not actin’ / The money, it runnin’ my generation,” he spits.
Three years after the song first surfaced online, a lot has changed for both Meek and Migos. Both are seeing their success come to fruition. In particular, Meek just dropped a deluxe version of his Wins & Losses album featuring two new songs, “Save Me” and Left Hollywood.”