With his new album CHAMPIONSHIPS set to drop this Friday (Nov. 30), Meek Mill is on a busy promo run in support of the project. The Philadelphia MC recently sat down with Vulture for a one-hour interview. During the conversation, the Dreamchaser revealed his new album will feature appearances by Cardi B, Ella Mai, Kodak Black, Fabolous and Anuel AA. One of the songs, “24/7” featuring Mai, samples Beyoncé‘s “Me, Myself and I.” The club-ready “On Me” is the much talked about collaboration with Cardi B, where the Bronx star takes some subliminal jabs at her nemesis Nicki Minaj.

The MMG spitter also touched on ending his beef with Drake, Nicki Minaj name-dropping him on her “Barbie Dreams” record, trading prison stories with T.I. and Lil’ Wayne, thoughts on voting, rap beefs having no boundaries, and being casted in Will and Jada Pinkett Smith’s film 12 O’Clock Boys.

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On ending his beef with Drake:
“Me and Drake have actually been communicating for the last year. Even before I went to prison. It was based on the right time. We ain’t have nothing going on but a rap beef, we didn’t cause harm to each other.

I think it took both of us going through some ups and downs, me in my career. It made me stronger. I’m moving off love right now, so it was only proper to link with someone I actually did business with before and called my friend before.”

On a potential collaboration with Drake:
“I think that’s possible. What we did was genuine. We didn’t just do it for the love of the people ‘cause we could’ve been done that. We waited until we were ready and did that.”

On Nicki Minaj’s “Meek still be in my DMs” lyric on “Barbie Dreams”:
“I ain’t get no heads-up [about the song], but I definitely wasn’t in nobody’s DMs. And definitely wasn’t nobody ducking me, shit. That’s a fact. I actually was laughing at it, too. ‘Cause there’s no limits! I felt it and I liked it. That’s a dope rap.”

On rap beefs having no boundaries, in reference to Pusha T and Drake’s battle:
“There ain’t no lines in rap beefs, never been. When I was going through it with Drake, he was up. He was holding it down to a very high level. There wasn’t no limit. You speak on girlfriends, moms, dads, anything. With any beef in rap, that shit will always calm down as long as it doesn’t go to violence. It’s only words.”

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Previously:
Meek Mill Announces ‘The Motivation’ Tour
Meek Mill Performs “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies” on The Tonight Show (Video)
Meek Mill – “Oodles O’Noodles Babies” + “Uptown Vibes” (Feat. Fabolous & Anuel AA)
Meek Mill Announces New Album Title & Release Date
Meek Mill Feat. Jeremih & PnB Rock – “Dangerous” (Video)
Meek Mill, Jeremih & PnB Rock Perform “Dangerous” on The Tonight Show (Video)