Although Meek Mill is now in the process of promoting his latest album Expensive Pain, his days of being a full time rapper are coming to an end.
That's what the DreamChaser told Complex in a recent interview, while explaining that he'll continue to make music, just not at the same pace.
“I got like three or four more years left. That’s it," said Meek. "I’ve been rapping since I was 23. I can’t be performing forever. I think these the last years I’m going hard with music and then I’m gonna pursue other stuff ... At the same time, I’ll still make music but going on tour, working on the albums for six months, being away from my family that long? I give up. Let the young n*ggas come up next and see who moves me out the way.”
The Philly wordsmith also explained why it's important for him to keep rapping for at least the next few years.
“I have a point to prove,” he sated “People don’t really, really be f*cking with me like that, so I’m going to keep charging the doors every three or four months on some rapping sh*t.”
Are you sad to hear that Meek won't be recording as much in the future?