A new study from the American Psychology Association shows that Meek Mill's influence on low-income African American teens is bigger than anyone would have imagined.
The study conducted by Cendrine Robinson, MS, shows that songs like "Traumatized" and "Intro" have a connection to hip hop therapy, a method that shows how Hip Hop music can be a therapeutic tool to some youths.
After talking to her clients about their favorite artists, Robinson listened to Chief Keef and Meek Mill.
Robinson concluded in the study that many teens listened t Meek Mill because of...
Published By: Vladtv - Saturday, 31 May, 2014