Meek Mill's name and brand has been dragged through the mud due to his beef with Drake. Drake's legacy is forever tainted because of the ghostwriting that came to the light. Every verse from Drake at this point is questionable, whether it's from him, Quentin Miller, and/or others.
He describes the concept of the album as:
""I just wanted to give people a real perspective of my life, what we call wins and what we call losses. I lost my case, we lost Lil Snupe, Chino lost his brother. Where we come from, that's a loss. When you talk L's and W's, you get an L, that mean you got life in jail. It's critical, it ain't what they talking about, so I wanted to give my perspective on it, let people know what I've been through."
A lot of the past two years Meek has been focused on dissing Drake and not what his raps are really about. He returns to his old form and drops what will be considered a classic soon!
The tracks celebrate life, his successes, and what Meek is capable of. He raps about his struggles and upbringings. It's beautiful music for people who could relate.