Bad For You
by Meek Mill (featuring Nicki Minaj)

Album: Dreams Worth More Than Money (2015)
Charted: 78
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  • This is one of two Dreams Worth More Than Money tracks that features Meek Mill's girlfriend, Nicki Minaj, the other cut being the lead single "All Eyes on You." The two rappers have collaborated in the past, notably on a pair of tunes on the Queen Barbz's The Pinkprint album.
  • Throughout the song, Meek professes his love for Nicki, explaining in his two verses how they fell for each other until, they finally reached a point where their feelings were very obvious.

    Minaj croons the emotional hook, where she sings to the Philadelphia rapper, "You bring a feeling to me I never show. Nobody has made me feel this way before?" The Queen Barb does appear to have not felt this way before. Her previous relationship with Safaree Samuels lasted a decade, but was one that she never publicly acknowledged.
  • Ben Billion$' production samples Australian duo Flight Facilities' track, "Heart Attack."
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