Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill are the hottest couple in rap right now. “OMeeka,” as it were. And if lead single “All Eyes on You,” the duet with an assist from third wheel Chris Brown, wasn’t a big enough hint, Meek isn’t shying away from talking about his brand-new, high-profile relationship on wax. His new album, Dreams Worth More than Money, just dropped Sunday night, and after a few spins, it’s very clearly littered with references to his new boo, Nicki, who herself appears on the aforementioned single as well as “Bad for You.” Aside from a few tweets and fleeting quotes in interviews, the couple isn’t commenting on their relationship status very much. Instead, apparently, the music will do the talking. Across a handful of tracks on DWMTM, the picture that is OMeeka comes into sharper focus. So we got our armchair psychology on to fill in the blanks and read between the implications. Here’s a psych-assessment of the relationship brewing between rap’s reigning queen and the MMG spitter.
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