Meek Mill has revealed his list of the top five rappers of his era.

On Thursday (Nov. 15), the Philadelphia rhymer opened up his Twitter account to an #askmeek session where fans can ask him anything and everything on the social media platform. When a fan asked him who is his top five rappers right now, Meek revealed his picks starting with Jay-Z, his ally in criminal justice reform.

In the tweet, Meek wrote, "Hov... Wayne...Rozay .... kiss .... Dmx .... and that’s my era top 5!!!"

As you can see, Meek included Hov,  Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Jadakiss and DMX.

Elsewhere, Meek responded to a fan's question about the possibility of him releasing a new project before the end of the year. "I'ma set this shit straight just to be in the convo of the 2019 albums," the Dreamchasers mogul wrote in a tweet hinting that he might drop an album that could be in one of the year's best album conversations.

Although Meek is hinting about dropping new material, there is no guarantee that he will deliver a new project this year. Back in August, the 32-year-old artist promised to release a pack of music before the end of the summer. However, his promise didn't come to fruition.

Meanwhile, during his #askmeek session, when a fan asked him what his favorite song is from his music catalog, Meek gave the obvious answer. “Of course intro,” he wrote in a tweet, referring to his classic "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)" from his 2012 album, Dreams and Nightmares.

Check out Meek Mill’s tweets below.

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