Meek Mill, Leslie Grace, Boi-1da remake Gloria Estefan’s 1985 hit “Conga”
“Come on, shake your body, baby, do that conga.”
Meek Mill has teamed up with Leslie Grace and Boi-1da for their latest dance-ready track “Conga.” The song is a remake of Gloria Estefan’s instantly recognizable 1985 hit. While Grace interpolates the original lyrics for the hook, Meek Mill slides in with his verse over some Boi-1da production:
Mix Amiri with Dior and we used to be the poorest. Now it’s million dollars worth of jewelry, no insurance. Flew my **** ‘cross the border just to pick up some new water./ I’m like, get what you want, pick what you want, this a black card./ I’m in the ‘Bach but in the front getting waxed off. Rollin’ the pack, smoking on Runtz, ‘bout to blast off. Flow so cold, need a mask on./ Brand new Patek, got the brand new baguettes. I’m surprised they ain’t panicking yet.
Back in November, Meek dropped off his Quarantine Pack project. The four-track EP contained two features from Vory, and Lil Durk and 42 Dugg rounded out the rest of the guest features list. Since its release, Meek Mill released visuals for “Pain Away” and “Think It’s a Game.”
Meek Mill’s fourth studio LP, the 2018 release Championships was his last full length project, which saw 19 tracks and appearances from Fabolous, Cardi B, Rick Ross, JAY-Z, Future, Young Thug, Drake, Kodak Black, Ella Mai, 21 Savage, and more. That project earned Meek both a Platinum plaque and his second number one album on the Billboard 200, earning 229,000 album equivalent units during its first week of release. Back in September of this year, he dropped off his “Type Beat” freestyle to hold fans over until new music arrived. He can also be heard dishing out features on projects like Future’s High Off Life, Cordae’s The Lost Boy, and Roddy Ricch’s Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial.
Be sure to press play on the new “Conga” track by Meek Mill, Leslie Grace, and Boi-1da down below.
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