The significance of "I'm A Boss" in the grander scheme of Meek Mill is that it pairs him specifically with Ross, the one "Rosé Red" remixer who didn't try to match Mill's mach speed raps. These two together are again the tortoise and the hare, but this time without the distraction of T.I. and Vado, and the result perfectly illustrates what we've always liked about the hyped-up Philly style and Miami's languorous pomp. Mill could do for some more relaxing influences like this, because, like Ross after a jog, we were breathing heavy after Mr Philadelphia.
December 10, 2010