While The Weeknd has consistently shown admiration and gratitude towards Michael, it's unlikely that he shares the same sentiment as Meek Mill.
Undeniably, Meek Mill's claim would have been even more audacious had he made it before The Weeknd shattered the previous tour record. Nevertheless, it's always heartening to witness contemporary hip-hop artists supporting and celebrating one another's success.
Meek Mill's recognition of The Weeknd's accomplishment is truly a delightful sight to behold. Interestingly, the two artists have collaborated in the past, with one notable instance being the song "Pullin Up" from Meek Mill's 2015 album, Dreams Worth More Than Money.
Lately, Meek Mill has been quite vocal with his opinions, sharing his thoughts on various topics. On a separate occasion, he discussed The Weeknd when an AI-generated song titled "Heart on My Sleeve" gained widespread attention. This unique composition utilized the voice likenesses of The Weeknd and Drake, resulting in an entirely original track.
Meek Mill expressed his admiration for the song, even listening to it on repeat, and took the opportunity to call for more collaborations between Drake and The Weeknd. While he faced some criticism for endorsing the AI-generated track, it's important to acknowledge that he raised a valid point—the world of hip-hop would greatly benefit from fresh collaborations between these two influential artists.
The Weeknd's triumph over Michael Jackson's tour record, Meek Mill's support and appreciation for his success, and the potential for future collaborations with Drake have undoubtedly sparked excitement and anticipation within the hip-hop community. The dynamic nature of the industry constantly paves the way for new milestones and artistic partnerships, and we eagerly await the musical endeavors that lie ahead.