Billboard recently asked Meek Mill for his favorite male-female rap duets and one name on the list might surprise you.
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The Philly rapper named Mary J. Blige and Method Man’s “All I Need,” Nelly’s “Dilemma” with Kelly Rowland and Jay Z and Beyoncé's “Drunk in Love" on the list.
He also added his “All Eyes on Me” collaboration with Nicki Minaj to the roster, though it's technically not a duet since Chris Brown is featured with Omeeka.
The track, which showed the softer side of Meek that Joe Budden criticized, was the lead single off Dreams Worth More Than Money.
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