Hardo and Meek Mill Define Loyalty on ‘Love Foreal’
Elevation, honor, and evolution is what's it's all about for Hardo and Meek Mill on their inspirational new collaboration "Love Foreal." The Pittsburgh rhymer tapped Philly's finest to assist him in telling crafty narratives about navigating through haters and making it out of the hood when money is the only motivation.
Meek kicks off the soulful MeKanics-produced banger with a message for his haters. "And we was taught to hate our own kind/And you can hate on me homie, you picked the wrong time/Cuz it’s a long line and lately I’ve been all grind/And if nobody wanna work, Ima do it all fine," Meek rhymes.
Meanwhile Hardo, is on the same wave. His bars are dedicated to the struggle, from the hood to rap's elite as he outlines his blueprint for staying focused and turning his dreams into reality.
"Love Foreal" is the first track since the Mac Miller and T.I. affiliate's TrapNFever, which he dropped in April. Legal troubles behind him, in March he dropped "Blasphemy" featuring Savage 21 and vowed that he was on track to prove his music is "undeniable." "Nothing can stop my growth, no matter how many times I went to jail," said the MC who was incarcerated after he was caught with 250 bags of heroin.
"Now I’m off parole and going to prove that I’ve changed and matured and I won’t be going back to prison," he added. "The music I’m putting out now is better than my previous releases because I’m learning and perfecting my craft – styles, flows, and all. I also have more experiences to talk about now, which I know the real will relate too.”
"Love Foreal" will be featured on Hardo's forthcoming project 92 OG.
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