Dangerous
by Meek Mill (featuring Jeremih & PnB Rock)

Album: Championships (2018)
Charted: 31
  • This song finds Meek Mill joined by Jeremih and PnB Rock to talk about a woman who is dangerous to be with.

    No angel, but you got a halo
    When it's nights like this
    I really wanna be right here
    I really wanna take you there


    The woman is a marvel between the sheets, so she's well worth all the other aggravation.
  • Meek Mill has worked with Jeremih on several previous occasions, including the Philly rapper's Dreams & Nightmares track "Amen" and DJ Drama's Quality Street Music tune "My Moment." The only time Meek Mill had previously hooked up with with PnB was on Lil Bibby's 2016 song, "Some How Some Way." "Dangerous" marked the first collaboration between PnB Rock and Jeremih.
  • The song was included on Meek Mill's Legends of the Summer EP, the rapper's first project following his release from prison in April 2018. Released as the record's second single the song was officially certified with gold status by RIAA on November 28, 2018, It was later included on his Championships album.

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