2015 is looking to be a very promising year for Philly rapper Meek Mill. While recent rumors are circulating of him and Nicki Minaj calling it quits, he puts the focus back on his music with a new song, "Check."

The Metro Boomin' and Southside co-produced track finds Meek demanding even more money and power. "Counting up this money with my brothers, I been counting all this money with my brothers," the Maybach Music Group hotshot proclaims at the beginning of the song, instantly indicating that the kind of checks the title alludes to certainly isn't akin to the Nike logo, but more so direct deposits.

"F---in' up them 36s wit 30 bitches / No love for them dirt n----s, we pouring liquor," he rhymes, delivering two quick-strike verses that will make most banks accounts clear out off the sonic opulence alone.

"Check" comes on the heels of Meek's tribute track "Miss My Dawgs," which he created in honor of slain rapper Chinx. He's also released video clips for other loosies such as "Energy" and "Monster."

While fans patiently await for the arrival of his sophomore release, Dreams Worth More Than Money, "Check" should be able to whet the appetite of those hungry for Meek's gaudy verses and relentless energy.

Listen to Meek Mill's "Check"

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