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Meek Mill Unhappy With Sound Engineer Who Advised Him To Work With JAY-Z and Beyoncé

Meek Mill expressed dissatisfaction towards an engineer involved in his Championships album, who suggested that he should have collaborated with JAY-Z and Beyoncé instead.

Anthony Cruz, known for working with Meek, J. Cole, and DJ Khaled, mentioned on the TmrO Network that he regrets not choosing to work on Hov and Bey’s 2018 joint album Everything Is Love with Young Guru.

“Guru called me when they working on the Beyoncé and Hov album and he’s like, ‘Come to Paris for a couple weeks,’” he recalled. “We had just started the very, very beginning of what would become Championships — and I dubbed it.

“That is a big thing that I have to carry and deal with. I would tell a youngin’ coming up under me, ‘Go to Paris, bro.’”

Meek Mill was displeased with Cruz’s comments and criticized him for being disloyal, especially since they have been acquainted for more than ten years and Meek Mill helped Cruz kickstart his career with “Dreams and Nightmares.”

“I love Cruz but this is bad advice,” he wrote on X. “Championships triple platinum … when I met Cruz he was the store runner I needed an engineer and started using him everyday .. to say you would get up and leave for jayz and Beyoncé is insane to me but new world!”

Meek appeared angry at the idea that Cruz would have taken a different job if he had the chance to redo the situation.

“Imagine building an engineer up teaching them presets working for years in to hear them say they woulda went to Paris instead of worked on what we building sound like jay groupies!” he continued. “Jay my family … yall be selling yall self short and may never even make it to him.”

Source – Tru News Report


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