"Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career," Drake said.
Nicki Minaj samples and interpolates The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Just Playing (Dreams)” and name-drops Meek Mill, Drake, Quavo, and more.
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[[tmz:video id=”0_8wv45wdz”]] James Harden celebrated like a boss after winning league MVP at the NBA awards in L.A. on Monday — hanging out with Meek Mill … and TMZ Sports has the video. The Houston Rockets star hit up Avenue nightclub where everyone…
Just weeks out of prison, Meek Mill debuted a song that delivered a blistering criticism of the criminal justice system at the BET Awards on Sunday night.
New music on the way?
Meek Mill will have to exhibit some additional patience as his legal situation is being worked out. The judge will need more time to decide whether he will receive a new case.
Earlier this year Mill’s legal team requested that his old trial be dismissed due to critical credibility issues of a police officer who testified against him. The officer in question had a long history of corruption and misconduct leading the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office to also with their request stating “Commonwealth does not have confidence in the credibility of Reginald Graham’s testimony in this case.”
On Monday, June 18 an evidence meeting was held where Judge Genece Brinkley stated she will rule “in due time” on whether or not a new trial will be granted putting all the momentum on hold for the “I’m A Boss” rapper.
According to several attendees of the meeting there were several tense moments including when Brinkley allegedly laughed during the testimony of an expert witness and used improper language that would suggest to she has already mentally ruled against the MMG artist.
Meek was greeted by his fans upon exiting the courthouse and thank them for their ongoing support. “”Thank you to everyone coming out and standing up for me. It means a lot to me,” he revealed. “I spent Father’s Day with my son last night. If it wasn’t for people like y’all I wouldn’t be here today to spend time like that with my son. So, I wanna say thank y’all.” In a brief interview with CBS3 he also took a perceived shot at Brinkley actions saying “”I feel like what went on in the courtroom today is disgraceful.”
In the past it has been alleged that the magistrate asked that Mill shout her out in a track and remake a Boyz II Men song in her honor for what many interpret as leniency.
Having been a victim of an unjust prison sentencing, Illadelphia’s Meek Mill has made prison reform a personal passion project and ever since being released from the bing, Meek’s made it a point to talk about the issue every chance he got.
Yesterday (June 14), Meek Mill stopped by The View to talk about his upbringing, how a small “technical violation” like getting pulled over could lead to a few years behind bars, and revealing that he’s only getting started on his crusade for justice equality.
“We’re starting one of the biggest foundations surrounding criminal justice reform – me myself, Michael Ruben, Jay-Z – having platforms like this to be able to speak on situations like myself.”
Unfortunately for Meek the PA Supreme Court ruled in favor of keeping bias judge Genece Brinkley on his case, which could lead to yet another unjust sentencing.
Check out the quick interview below.
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Meek Mill’s living his best life right now and it’s got everything to do with finally getting outta prison and even more to do with how he’s enjoying his freedom … with a sweet 31st birthday turn up. The rapper celebrated turning 31 Sunday in Miami…
Meek Mill is well beyond prison walls now, and any merch signaling otherwise oughta be corrected to reflect his current sitch — according to Meek himself, who did just that for a fan. Philly fan Zack Rothenberg spotted Meek sitting in his SUV Saturday…
Meek Mill is finally home, and the Internets is lit with joy after his long bid to get free has been heavily documented in this space. However, the victory is bittersweet because while the Philadelphia rap star is free on bail pending an upcoming court hearing, the judge rumored to have a vendetta against him still presides over the case.
The Supreme Court of PA made the decision, overruling Judge Genece Brinkley. Judge Brinkley was severely criticized for what some say was a grudge against Meek and keeping him in prison, despite prosecutors asking that his conviction be overturned because of a dirty cop.
Judge Brinkley denied Meek bail last week after prosecutors asked her to toss the conviction, and instead she set a hearing for 60 days later. Many found that outrageous, and that apparently includes justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
The justices released Meek with no bail, pending a hearing in about 60 days to possibly dismiss the conviction. One remarkable thing, which is a clear diss to Judge Brinkley … the justices refused to boot Judge Brinkley from the case, but said she “may opt to remove herself from presiding over this matter.”
Check out the reactions below and on the following pages.
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[[tmz:video id=”0_7160pel8″]] Cardi B has just a few words for Meek Mill now that he’s getting out of prison — but they’re quite telling, and in the same vein as … awww sh******eeeeetttt!!!!! We got the “Bodak Yellow” rapper Tuesday as she was heading…
Rapper Meek Mill walked out of prison Tuesday after Pennsylvania’s highest court ordered him freed while he appeals decade-old gun and drug convictions.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Meek Mill
"Don't show me no pity because this is my life," he said in an interview with NBC.
While Meek Mill waits for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to decide whether or not they’re going to give him his first “W” since early 2015, he continues to keep his presence felt by releasing new visuals he completed before serving his bid and stashed in the vault.
Today the MMG rapper drops a new clip for “1942 Flows” in which the Philadelphia native shows how that cream cheese took him from the block to the burbs. Hopefully he’ll be able to touch either one real soon.
Back in New York City Chuck Strangers links up with Joey Bada$ $ and stroll through Canal street and punk some cops in the clip to “Style Wars.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from E-40 and B-Legit, Imasu!, and more.
MEEK MILL – “1942 FLOWS”
CHUCK STRANGERS FT. JOEY BADA$ $ – “STYLE WARS”
E-40 & B-LEGIT FT. STRESMATIC – “MEET THE DEALERS”
IMASU! – “THE BRIDGE”
NICK GRANT FT. YO GOTTI – “THE SWITCH UP”
RICO RECKLEZZ FT. TROUBLE – “FAKE LOVE”
QUINCY – “DON’T KNOW NOTHING”
DEE-1 FT. CYRUS DESHIELD – “I DON’T WANNA LET YOU DOWN”
SAMMIE – “EXPIRATION DATE”
J. LATELY – “PAPAYAS & BLUNT SMOKE”
MILLY BRAZY – “THEY ON MOLLY”
Have you ever needed your Computer fixed? Have you ever had the MEEK Squad CUM out? well Sally thinks her Computer is on the blink and calls them out for a repair,but they never show up, at least not until real late when her boyfriend is supposed to come by, (she had the evening planned) as her husband is out of town and she wanted to play "house" with her boyfriend, but guess what he can’t make it either….DAMN! that leaves the MEEK Squad there alone with Sally, but who’s "hard Drive" got checked out? …great Cougar action..blowjob/fucking/cum shot!
Have you ever needed your Computer fixed? Have you ever had the MEEK Squad CUM out?
Stars: Sally D’Angelo
Scene Number: 1
Studio Name: Sally DAngelo
Meek Mill wants out of prison immediately because the Philly police officer who busted him has a history of making dirty arrests … according to new docs filed in his case. Meek says officer Reginald Graham is the cop who arrested him in 2007 for drug…
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Fans across social media are celebrating the Eagles’ Super Bowl win by calling for Meek Mill’s release.
Meek Mill might have gotten a spectacular break, because a judge has just ordered the release of documents that could prove the trial judge in his probation violation case was biased. As we reported, Meek and his lawyer, Joe Tacopina, say Judge Genece…
The clerk of the court where Meek Mill was sentenced to prison for violating his probation slipped a note to Meek during the hearing, asking for money for her son’s college tuition. TMZ has obtained a note written by Wanda Chavarria and addressed to Mr.…
Lil Wayne and Drake team up for a remix of Jay-Z’s “Family Feud.”
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Even though he’s behind bars Meek Mill is making sure his presence is still felt out on these streets.
A few weeks after dropping a video for “Fall Thru” the Philadelphia rapper comes through with a visual for the Young Thug assisted “We Ball” where Meek strolls through a cemetery during a funeral to which Young Thug is apparently the deacon at. Could Thugger be hinting that he’s ready to follow Mase’s footsteps after he hangs up the mic?
Back in the bayou Boosie Badazz roams the backstreets of a block next to the water in his clip to “Savages.” It’s kinda weird now to see him without a gang of gold chains.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Youngboy Never Broke Again, T-Rell featuring Boosie Badazz, and more.
MEEK MILL FT. YOUNG THUG – “WE BALL”
BOOSIE BADAZZ – “SAVAGES”
YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN – “SOLAR ECLIPSE”
T-RELL FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ – “I GOT TO”
KHALID – “SAVED”
GASHI – “NO NO NO”
T.Y.E – “LIES”
[[tmz:video id=”0_5qbb4vro”]] Rev. Al Sharpton gave our photog a debrief on his prison meeting with Meek Mill, and it’s clear the rapper’s incarceration has changed his life. Sharpton was leaving NBC Friday night when he told us Meek is staying strong…
The #FreeMeekMill movement made its way to the 4:44 tour stage, as Jay-Z voiced his support for Meek Mill in the rapper’s hometown of Philadelphia.
Meek Mill done had his freedom unnecessarily taken from him a few weeks back but at least he’s got some work in the chamber to appease his fans while he gets through his bid.
This time around the Philadelphia rapper comes through with a visual for “Fall Thru” where he shows what kind of woman it takes to become a special part of his life i.e. cooking, smoking, and apparently an old ass air conditioner. We guess women with central air might be a bit too bougie for his taste.
Speaking of boujee, Yo Gotti lines up a gang of women to walk down a lit up catwalk in spectacular garments in his vibrant visuals to “Juice.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Sonny Digital featuring Black Doe, Hoodie Brown, and more.
MEEK MILL – “FALL THRU”
YO GOTTI – “JUICE”
SONNY DIGITAL FT. BLACK DOE – “MY GUY”
SAVION SADDAM FT. JOE GREEN & YOUNG SEPH – “ALL DAY”
HOODIE BROWN – “LIL BRO”
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At the end of the day everyone loves themselves a comfortable bed, but A$ AP Ferg and A$ AP Rocky might have an obsession with mattresses.
For Ferg’s A$ AP Rocky’s assisted clip to “The Matress” the Harlem mob boys make the most of every matress they come by from the abandoned one in the alley to the high priced joints in a Mattress Firm. We wonder how much they had to pay to hop on those beds all night long.
Back on the Left Coast YG calls for the release of Meek Mill and takes to the streets to have his voice heard while showcasing his 4Hunnid Fall/Winter 17 clothing line in his clip to “Free Meek.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Blu & Exile, Daniel Caesar, and more.
A$ AP FERG FT. A$ AP ROCKY – “THE MATTRESS”
YG – “FREE MEEK”
BLU & EXILE – “SOLD THE SOUL”
DANIEL CAESAR – “FREUDIAN”
24HRS & HITBOY – “PROVE SOMETHING”
STARRAH & DIPLO – “ZOO”
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Meek Mill has 99 problems and a wrongful death lawsuit against him and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation is one of them. Meek and Roc Nation are being sued by the family of Jaquan Graves, who was gunned down in a parking lot outside a Connecticut concert venue back in…
Meek Mill is in solitary for 23 hours a day, 7 days a week — and he desperately wants to be among the general prison pop. Meek’s attorneys just filed legal docs saying he’s a victim of his celebrity. The lawyers say prison officials are worried about…
Meek Mill is facing a 2–4 year prison sentence for violating his probation and his friends are coming to his defense. Jay-Z, T.I. and Kevin Hart all took to social media to respond to the news and show their support.
It’s been just a few days since Meek Mill got sentenced to an unjustified and unnecessary bid, but until he begins to serve it (hopefully he won’t) we should just enjoy whatever material drops with his name on it.
Today we get blessed with a Meek Mill appearance on A$ AP Ferg’s “Trap And A Dream” where the two share some good times on the streets of Harlem where they stunt in a Rolls in front of the projects.
Keeping things Uptown, Chris Rivers details the domestic abuse he witnessed his legendary father, Big Pun commit when he was growing up in his black-and-white clip to “Fear Of My Crown.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Drag-On, Uno The Activist, and well, that’s about it. It was a slow day for visuals, y’all.
A$ AP FERG FT. MEEK MILL – “TRAP AND A DREAM”
CHRIS RIVERS FT. SY – “FEAR OF MY CROWN”
DRAG-ON – “PART 23 FREESTYLE”
UNO THE ACTIVIST – “GO WITH THE FLOW”
Meek Mill‘s recent probation violation case that landed the Philadelphia star two to four years in jail this week has taken a new turn. According to Meek’s attorney, Joe Tacopina, that the judge in the case, Genece Brinkley, has some manner of weird obsession with the MMG rapper and allegedly asked him to drop his management contract with Roc Nation to join the camp of the judge’s associate.
Billboard: What were your initial thoughts after Judge Brinkley revealed Meek’s sentencing on Monday?
Tacopina: It was an enormously grave mischaracter of justice. A really despicable version of what the justice system is supposed to be. There’s three people in the court room besides the defendant: The prosecutors, the district attorney — who’s in charge of enforcing laws and handing out punishments — [and] the probation officer who’s in charge with enforcing people who are on probation making sure that they apply with the law and when they don’t, recommending punishment.
Then, there’s a judge that’s supposed to be a fair, neutral arbitrator and oversee. Both the probation officer and the district attorney recommended no incarceration for these violations. No incarceration. But this judge excoriated both of them, challenged their credibility and overrode both law enforcement agencies recommendations and went from zero to two to four years, which shows that she clearly had a personal vendetta against this guy [Mill].
But when you look at all the other facts, like a judge crossing the line of professionalism and traditional conduct, [who] will make the request that Meek Mill re-record a famous Philadelphia pop band, Boyz II Men’s song “On Bended Knee,” where he concludes with a tribute to her and mentions her by name in the song. And he, of course, was laughing and thought it was a joke, she said, “I’m serious.” He refused to do that.
So, that, right there, was a totally an inappropriate request. When she requests he leaves his current management Roc Nation — which is one of the most important management companies in the world — and goes back to a local Philadelphia guy who has a spotted past because she had a personal relationship with him as manager, again, she’s doing something that a judge would never be doing, having a personal interest.
If true, could this help lessen the sentence levied upon Meek Mill, especially since prosecution in the case didn’t intend to pursue the matter with this manner of ferocity?
Read more of this bizarre turn of events by following this link.
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Hov vows to "stand by and support" the "Wins & Losses" rapper.
Meek Mill’s most recent arrests didn’t sit well with the judge, who’s sending the rapper to prison for a minimum of 2 years for violating probation. Meek was in a Philadelphia court Monday when the judge ruled he’d violated probation from his 2009 drug…
Meek Mill is heading back to prison. The Philadelphia rapper was just sentenced to 2 – 4 years in prison for violating his parole, and Hip-Hop Twitter is in its feelings.
Meek Mill gets 2-4 years in state prison for violating probation for a case he beat 10 years ago.
The Philly DA election is tomorrow. Take your ass to the pols.
— Ernest Owens (@MrErnestOwens) November 6, 2017
Some of the common reactions are ire at the Justice System, with many feeling that Meek caught a raw deal. There is also plenty of support from fans and his peers.
— Joe Holden (@JoeHoldenCBS3) November 6, 2017
While there is slander, it’s been relegated to only coming from the most dedicated of trolls because no one wants to see a Black man who for all intents and purposes made it out the hood, going to jail.
Then when you start to think of the sentences Black man killing cops have gotten, if any…
When you realize Meek got more jail time for riding a dirt bike then a cop would for shooting an unarmed African American.. pic.twitter.com/64LtHAUzv8
— Born Again Hooligan (@ArizonaVerSe) November 6, 2017
To be yung Blac and successful YOU ENEMY NUMBER 1. HOLD YO HEAD @MeekMill streets chose u💪🏽🏁
— THA GREAT (@NipseyHussle) November 6, 2017
— YG (@YG) November 7, 2017
— Brett Clarkson (@BrettClarkson_) November 6, 2017
MEEK MILL GOT VIOLATED FOR BEING ARRESTED ON CHARGES THAT WERE DROPPED
that is pure slavery incarceration he’s never been free this is sad
— Wiz Antifa (@dances) November 6, 2017
Meek Mill’s experience with Philadelphia courts and probation is one of the great miscarriages of justice that no one takes seriously.
— jeff deeney (@jeff_deeney) November 6, 2017
Anthony Weiner got less time than Meek the legal system is bullshit.
— MENA (@jonathanmena) November 6, 2017
Brock Turner raped and unconscious girl and got 6 months
Meek Mill rides a dirtbike in NY and gets 2-4 YEARS. #WhiteAmerikkka
— not gary (@trifecta_97) November 6, 2017
KKK outchea having terror rally's protected by Sheriff's meanwhile Meek Mill going to jail 2-4 years violating probabtion on a dirtbike smh
— king don☥ (@realDonFigueroa) November 6, 2017
Photo: CBS Philly
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Unlike the MTV VMA-winning visual Young Thug failed to show for, Young Thug shows all the way out on this one.
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Meek Mill is on his Illadelphia grizzly right now.
Just a few weeks ago the MMG artist dropped his latest album, Wins & Loses and today dropped the visual to the album cut “Save Me” where Meek triumphantly returns to his neighborhood in a big boy toy Maybach and dressed like he’s ready to be anointed prom king.
Back in New York some true Hip-Hop OG’s get together and show this young generation how to leave mics smoking when Method Man, Inspectah Deck, and Smif-N-Wessun get together for Rock’s “Camp-Wu.” We dare Lonzo Ball to call these men irrelevant.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Lil Uzi Vert, Mir Fontaine, and more.
MEEK MILL – “SAVE ME”
ROCK FT. METHOD MAN, INSPECTAH DECK, TEK & STEELE – “CAMP-WU”
LIL UZI VERT – “XO TOUR LLIF3”
YFN LUCCI FT. YFN TRAE POUND & JOHN POPI – “LOSSES COUNT”
MIR FONTANE – “THIS LIFE”
LITTLE SIMZ – “BACKSEAT”
KR – “PARTY”
BIG TWINS & DJ SKIZZ FT. CONWAY – “KEITH SWEAT MURDA MUZIK”
Rick Ross and his feud with the eternally petty 50 Cent hasn’t dominated the news hits for either artist, but a tweet from the Maybach Music Group boss might suggest there’s a new wave going. On Sunday, Rozay posted a tweet that seemed to suggest he wasn’t feeling the fact his artist Meek Mill and Fif recently rocked the stage in Miami together.
Last Friday in Las Vegas, Houston Rockets All-Star James Harden hosted a star-studded bash for his 27th birthday that featured 50 Cent, Meek Mill, Chance The Rapper, Young Jeezy, and Trey Songz in the surprise show. At one point during the set, Mill joined Fif onstage to perform the opening and title cut from his 2012 debut studio album Dreams and Nightmares according to a Hot New Hip Hop report.
Ross’ tweet could have been about anything, but there seemed to be an edge to the words.
“When you switch sides, you better stay there, Ross tweeted. Yikes.
It could just be a coincidental case but Rick Ross is a man that values loyalty over everything so maybe there’s more to come from this ominous jab in the dark.
When you switch sides,you better stay there.
— Yung Rénzél 🏇 (@RickRoss) August 27, 2017
Chance The Rapper, Meek Mill, 50 Cent, Jeezy, Trey Songz, Allen Iverson, & James Harden all on the same stage 🔥 pic.twitter.com/QG0t6SAX7q
— Durtty Boyz Hot 1079 (@TheDurttyBoyz) August 26, 2017
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Meek Mill just caught another L. The Philly rapper was arrested in NYC for recklessly driving his motorcycle in Harlem.
The real struggle is that it seems he drew the attention of the authorities after posting footage of himself riding a dirt bike on social media.
TMZ reports that someone called 911, and the cops picked up Meek at 10:16 pm on Thursday night (April 17). Witnesses said they saw a group of people popping wheelies and riding dangerously down the streets of Harlem.
The police then went to social media to identify Meek.
Harlem streets are full of people on illegal dirt bikes during the summer. Most of them aren’t famous rappers, though.
Also, the Internet has already thrown chill out the window. See footage of the arrest on the flip.
Meek Mill got arrested? Let's celebrate. Who bringing the fried chicken?? pic.twitter.com/IEKS1cNSyM
— Ok bitch…and? (@SCAMBERROSE) August 18, 2017
Meek Mill got arrested and someone said Nicki…😭😂💀 pic.twitter.com/IHaxWlM0wR
— 🦉v🦉 (@StunnaTella) August 18, 2017
Meek Mill detained a few hours ago for recklessly driving on a dirt bike pic.twitter.com/BR0KWtkRDU
— PreciseEarz.com🎯👂 (@PreciseEarz) August 18, 2017
meek mill gettin arrested on ig live breh wtf
— BIG BALLER WAY (@LILAFRIMANE) August 18, 2017
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MEEK ADMITS HIS L’S!
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After a hard few years Meek Mill really seems to be trying to live by phrase “life goes on” and his new clip seems to embody that very feeling.
In the Young Thug assisted “We Ball” Meek complies footage of his travels in life from the luxurious settings of high-end automobiles to the somberness of cemeteries, Meek reminds everyone that he has indeed come a long way.
Someone get Joe Budden on the horn for the rappers of his favorite genre have come together for the clip to Steve Aoki’s “Night Call” which features Migos and Lil Yachty in all their mumble glory. We kid we kid.
Check out the rest of today’s releases including work from Vado, Z-Ro, and more.
MEEK MILL FT. YOUNG THUG – “WE BALL”
STEVE AOKI FT. LIL YACHTY & MIGOS – “NIGHT CALL”
VADO – “V.A.D.O”
FIGG PANAMERA FT. KEVIN GATES – “PHONE RINGING”
ILL CAMILLE – “BLACK GOLD”
Z-RO – “HE’S NOT DONE YET”
FAMOUS DEX – “ON GOLD”
Just when Meek Mill seemed to be wiping the slate clean he apparently threw some more shade at his Canadian rival, Drake. On his latest LP Wins & Loses Meek refrained from delving into the years old beef with the 6 God and focused on continuing to build his own Hip-Hop repertoire.
But DJ Akademiks noticed that the clean version of Meek’s “1942 Flows” had a few extra bars that were left off the album cut and low and behold, they seem to be directed to the king of the North.
“Heard they say I talk about my Rollies too much/But them flows you be using sounding stolen too much/500 on my neck, they say I’m glowing too much/Had to block that little bitch because she be blowing me up/You be doing too much, you only looking for attention/Swagger jacking, jacking n*ggas swag, that’s extensious/Came in the culture like a vulture, now you’re winning/But this is the beginning, double M the emblem. For real.”
Drizzy fans will take notice to the first bar which that apparently addresses Drake’s “All you did was write the book on garbage ass Rollies” line on “Lose You” which many felt was a shot at Meek.
Sharp eared listeners also believe that Meek’s use of “extensious” after accusing him of “swagger jackin’” was a play on the name of Florida rapper XXXTentacion, who once accused the 6 God of biting his style from “Look At Me” and throwing it on “KMT.”
Truth is, he kind of has a point.
Either way it seems like Meek tried to keep things peaceful by excluding these bars but now that it’s seen the light of day everyone is wondering will Drake respond in kind? We shall see.
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Trick banned Meek from Miami.
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The first event will coincide with the release of his third studio album.
UPDATE: Meek's third studio album is here.
Meek Mill’s career has been on a rollercoaster ride for the past few years thanks to his much-publicized conflicts with Drake, Beanie Sigel, and his ex-wifey, Nicki Minaj. Tomorrow (July 20), the Philly rapper has a new LP dropping, Wins And Losses, and is looking to begin a new chapter in his life filled with success and positivity.
Dropping by Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning, Meek speaks about being name dropped in Remy Ma’s “ShEther,” the situation with Safaree, and his beef with Drake.
Here are the 6 things we learned from Meek Mill on Ebro In The Morning.
Photo: Hot 97
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EXCLUSIVE: HipHopDX found out how he really feels.
Rick Ross also comments on featuring Chris Brown on "Sorry."
Check it out as Rick Ross debates with Hot97 and EBro and we finally get to hear some of the bawse’s thoughts on the Drake and Meek Mill beef. MMG has been one of the most armor-proof brands in Hip-Hop over the past decade, but lately with Meek getting attacked by Drake in various forms, the MMG imprint has been a bit quiet in the eyes of many in the media and consumers of Hip-Hop.
Regardless, when its all said and done, MMG still has the bawse, Wale is still putting out great music, Meek is doing what he does and sold 250,000 the first week. Rozay has a family forming with his new fiancé, he’s got a team to manage and he’s working on his own material as well. Find out more below.
While Safaree Samuels gears up to drop his IAmSafaree EP, he let loose a freebie track that features some apparent jabs towards ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj and her current beau, Meek Mill. While he doesn’t exactly name names, Safaree’s “Shade Room” track is full of enough context clues for folks to connect the proper dots.
The track features Philly Swain, and the cover art for “Shade Room” shows Safaree blowing out smoke with the same charged battery photo Drake used for his “Charged Up” diss toward Meek. In the start of the song, Safaree goes in on Meek by using slang from the Maybach Music Group rapper’s Philadelphia home base.
“No Mountain Dew, But It’s Code Red/No Skeletor, You a bonehead/Heard you dye your hair you a old head,” raps Safaree.
While those lines can be loosely connected to Meek Mill, the next set of lines are unquestionably aimed at Minaj.
“I entertain, I’m so set/Y’all n*ggas starve, I’m so fed/I used to have the black Britney Spears/But I couldn’t be the black K Fed,” he added.
Check out Safaree Samuel’s “Shade Room” track featuring Philly Swain. We’ll reserve our opinion but let us know what you thought of the song in the comments section.
You can also support Safaree by copping the single off iTunes here.
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Drake thinks people who believe he spits rhymes written by other rappers have no strategy.
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(AllHipHop News) It has been over a year since Drake has done an interview for a magazine cover story, but the OVO leader let down his guard for a new article in The Fader. The lengthy piece included the most talked about Hip Hop story of the summer – Drizzy’s battle with Meek Mill. The “Back To Back” rhymer also finally addressed the Quentin Miller ghostwriting allegations.
On finding out Meek blasted him on Twitter:
I was at a charity kickball game—which we won, by the way—and my brother called me. He was just like, “I don’t know if you’re aware, but, yo, they’re trying to end us out here. They’re just spreading, like, propaganda. Where are you? You need to come here.” So we all circled up at the studio, and sat there as Flex went on the air, and these guys flip-flopped [about how] they were gonna do this, that, and the third.
On Meek’s perceived lack of strategy:
You guys are gonna leave this for me to do? This is how you want to play it? You guys didn’t think this through at all—nobody? You guys have high-ranking members watching over you. Nobody told you that this was a bad idea, to engage in this and not have something? You’re gonna engage in a conversation about writing music, and delivering music, with me? And not have anything to put forth on the table?
On his “Back To Back” response track:
I was like, “I’m gonna probably just finish this.” And I know how I have to finish it. This has to literally become the song that people want to hear every single night, and it’s gonna be tough to exist during this summer when everybody wants to hear [this] song that isn’t necessarily in your favor.
On the Quentin Miller reference tracks and ghostwriting accusations:
I need, sometimes, individuals to spark an idea so that I can take off running. I don’t mind that. And those recordings—they are what they are. And you can use your own judgment on what they mean to you…
There’s not necessarily a context to them. And I don’t know if I’m really here to even clarify it for you…
If I have to be the vessel for this conversation to be brought up—you know, God forbid we start talking about writing and references and who takes what from where—I’m OK with it being me…
It’s just, music at times can be a collaborative process, you know? Who came up with this, who came up with that—for me, it’s like, I know that it takes me to execute every single thing that I’ve done up until this point. And I’m not ashamed.
Drake sat down for an increasingly rare interview with The Fader for its 100th issue. Of course, he talked his beef with Meek Mill, an he let the chopper spray.
Drizzy brought the situation up without the writer even having to ask, starting with when Funkmaster Flex pump faked everybody.
“I’m just gonna bring it up ‘cause it’s important to me,” Drake told The Fader. “I was at a charity kickball game—which we won, by the way—and my brother called me. He was just like, ‘I don’t know if you’re aware, but, yo, they’re trying to end us out here. They’re just spreading, like, propaganda. Where are you? You need to come here.’ So we all circled up at the studio, and sat there as Flex went on the air, and these guys flip-flopped [about how] they were gonna do this, that, and the third.”
Then, when Drake dropped “Charged Up, ” there no immediate retort.
Says The Fader:
When a reply to “Charged Up” didn’t come, Drake could hardly believe it. “This is a discussion about music, and no one’s putting forth any music?” he says, speaking with a furrowed brow, as if reliving his incredulity. “You guys are gonna leave this for me to do? This is how you want to play it? You guys didn’t think this through at all—nobody? You guys have high-ranking members watching over you. Nobody told you that this was a bad idea, to engage in this and not have something? You’re gonna engage in a conversation about writing music, and delivering music, with me? And not have anything to put forth on the table?”
Taking offense to Meek Mill failing to have worthy retaliation in the chamber, he figured he had to make a song that have vitriol, and could get radio play (see: “Back To Back”).
It was then that he decided to just go ahead and do another song. “I was like, ‘I’m gonna probably just finish this.’ And I know how I have to finish it. This has to literally become the song that people want to hear every single night, and it’s gonna be tough to exist during this summer when everybody wants to hear [this] song that isn’t necessarily in your favor.”
And there you have it.
The 100th issue of The Fader hits newsstands on October 27. Peep the full cover story, including his thoughts on ghostwriting, right here. Video of the cover shoot on the flip.
Photo: The Fader
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Whether it’s about his no. 1 album, Dirty Sprite 2, or his bad blood with his ex-fiancee Ciara, Future remains the talk of the town. The Freebandz rep is XXL’s latest cover star and opened up not only about his beef with Ciara but the feud between his two hip-hop comrades, Drake and Meek Mill.
When it comes to Ciara and her boyfriend Russell Wilson, Future claims that he does not have an issue with Wilson being around his son, but he feels Ciara does certain things in the spotlight out of spite.
“I’m telling you right now, I’m giving you two sides. Like, I’m cool with it. I’m cool with him being around him but certain situations, we all in the public eye, you can’t move around with my son a certain kind of way, you know what I’m saying? I feel like a lot of moves are just made out of just being evil, basically. Because, you know, the success of my album and you still want to make certain moves to take the spotlight off me a little bit and shed light on a negative situation. Why would you want to put light on a negative situation? Even if I didn’t care about it, the people have a way of looking at it. Why would you want to give these people an opinion on our kid? Why won’t we just let our child be a child?”
Fewtch also said that he never got to know Wilson, which is another gripe he has with CiCi.
“I want to be able to judge him for myself. I want to judge the nannies that’s around my child. I don’t want to pay for a nanny that I never met, that I never got a chance to interview. That’s not the life I want for my child. I want to be involved 100 percent in all decisions made. This my flesh and blood. If I don’t want him to do something, there’s supposed to [be a] compromise or we supposed to talk about it. You not supposed to just go behind my back and do it. This is my son, too.”
As for the tension between Drizzy and Meek, the “Honest” rapper said he has love for both of them but didn’t comment on their beef or Meek’s claims that Drake doesn’t write his own rhymes.
“On some real shit, I love Meek. And the Drake situation, I feel like genuinely we’ve been building a great relationship over these years. We got history together. We went on a few tours together so it was like, publicly, some things was said and it was took out of context. And even with the situation coming out, we put it all behind us, went on a sold out tour and we built from that and I feel like it’s genuine, it’s authentic and we built trust between each other. So with trust it’s just bringing us closer because in this industry, as you get bigger, I feel like you lose trust for everyone around you. You feel like the people you come in contact with, you can’t trust them. So I feel like it had to happen over years, that couldn’t happen over a few months.”
Future just dropped a joint project with Drake, What A Time To Be Alive, which is projected to sell over 500,000 copies its first week.
(AllHipHop News) Drake was not done with Meek Mill yet. After hitting the MMG star with the songs “Charged Up” and “Back To Back” in July, Drizzy took a third shot at Meek on “30 For 30 Freestyle.” The track appears on his joint mixtape What A Time To Be Alive with Future. Some are even suggesting Future also threw a jab at Meek on the project.
Fans of the OVO founder and the Freebandz Gang leader decided to get in on the action as well. Thousands of Instagram users flooded Meek’s IG comment sections with diamond emojis. The pictures represent the cover art for What A Time To Be Alive.
Meek has not officially responded to Drake or Future, but a caption on one IG pic read, “#f*ckboyseason lol.” The message was posted overnight after What A Time To Be Alive dropped.
Check out Meek Mill’s recent Instagram posts below.
Justin Bieber is calling BS on getting dragged into a lawsuit against Meek Mill, and he’s standing up for his famous friends who were also sued. TMZ broke the story, Meek’s getting sued by the guy who owned the house the rapper rented for a Grammy…
(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill was caught up in more reports he took shots at another popular rapper. Comments the Philadelphia rapper made during his set at this year’s Made In America Festival were interpreted as a diss toward Future.
“You’re playing all motherf*cking Future tonight,” Meek could be heard telling his DJ. “If you don’t play some motherf*cking rap sh*t too. Play some hot sh*t too. I think Future’s on Made In America.”
The Dream Chasers leader posted a message on Instagram to clear up rumors his words were meant to be disrespectful toward Future. According to Meek, he does not have a problem with his “Jump Out The Face” collaborator or his music.
My DJ caught a Future attack on the set when he was told play a bunch of artist sh*t! Lol He prolly did it because I tell [him to] play all Future in the club! Don’t get it f*cked up we rather see the streets win b4 anything!
PHOTO: Roc Nation
Meek Mill rocked the main stage (Rocky Stage) at the Made In America Festival and didn’t even mention Drake. There was no need to as the hometown hero ran through his catalog of hits and brought out Nicki Minaj for good measure.
The “Amen” rapper still raps over his songs instead of the instrumentals, the sold out crowd didn’t seem to mind as they sang along to hits like “House Party” and “Believe It.”
But the crowd cheered the loudest when Nicki Minaj strutted on the stage, eventually performing “All Eyes On You” with her boyfriend.
However, Meek’s closing song, the “Dreams and Nightmares Intro” is what really got the crowd lit.
Check out pics of Meek, and Nicki Minaj, below and on the following pages.
Photo: Max Goodrich/Hip-Hop Wired
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In a freestyle on ThisIs50 radio with Jack Thriller and gang of grimey Philly dudes, AR-AB continues his assault on the game with ruthless raps and punchlines cold enough to cool off the sweltering Philly streets in the Summer. The beef with Meek appears to be real and this is 100% a situation to watch closely.
(AllHipHop News) Over the last few weeks, plenty of people have weighed in on the Meek Mill versus Drake drama. Philadelphia rapper Beanie Sigel has now shared his thoughts on the battle which later drew in Ar-Ab. The Broad Street Bully does not seem to be feeling the entire situation, and he even offered advice to fellow Philly rappers Meek and Ab.
Read Beanie Sigel’s statements via Instagram below.
Typical house niggas quick to turn they back on their own people!
I hate yall D*ck heads
Now that I’ve got your attention! I think a lot of you are misinterpreting what I’m saying… See this thing bigger than Nino Brown.. First & foremost who really care about Meek & Drake rap beef…That hole situation gay.. Meek said what he said and Drake did what he did !!! Bottom line. ..
I’m not choosing sides in none of this sh*t..
For one I can care less plus it’s none of my business. .. I know ,Why would Meek care if Drake didn’t write his own sh*t I don’t know.. I’m going to still bang Drake sh*t just like everybody else is because nobody cares point blank.. I know, why would Meek diss Ar. I don’t know… You have to choose your battles carefully and be prepared for the outcome good or bad.. But this about to move somewhere else beyond rap..
“A wise man don’t learn from his own mistakes ,he learns from the mistakes of other.. I told yall “I go through it so you WOULDN’T do it after me”. ..
Somebody mite die over this stupid sh*t.. it won’t be Ar.,Meek, or Drake.. it’s going to be one of the entourage … Somebody going to move out to prove they loyalty to something that’s not loyal to them “stupidity ” somebody dies somebody in jail for life over what. You’ll be lucky if a n*gga get you a lawyer send you some flicks & commissary money for a couple months…good luck on that dark skin Jermaine… But what do I know.. I’m just a washed up rapper right? RIGHT ! .. This the sh*t that happens when you turn your back on your people… You don’t advise them on what’s right.. You Don’t tell them they acting like a sucker when they doing sucker sh*t!!! Advice to [AR-Ab] don’t fall for the banana in the tailpipe & sacrifice something or someone over this gay sh*t…do your thing and get your money homie..
Advise to [Meek Mill] tighten up your circle, Get them yes men from around you that’s not going to keep it
The rumors about Philadelphia’s own, Ar-Ab signing to Drake’s OVO are back in full force! Along with a few others, Ar-Ab has a lot of decision-making to do within the next few days. All Hip-Hop had a chance to chop it up with the infamous rapper, and according to him, there are a few offers on the table.
Ar-Ab also touched upon his relationship with Drake, a few lyrics from his Back To Back freestyle addressing Meek Mill and the Dream Chasers, and more… Let’s just say that Assault Rifle-Ab is not worried about the “beef” he was dragged into.
Check out the clip of Ar-Ab as he gives a thorough explanation below!
Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj‘s relationship seems to have had no ill effects after he got cooked by Drake, and the Internets. The YMCMB Barbie twerked for the Philly rapper privately—not really.
Are these your relationship goals or nah?
Meanwhile, TMZ reports there was a brawl at a The Pinkprint Tour show.
Nicki Minaj hints at new project with Ice Cube.
What is going on in the word? If you are in a battle, shouldn’t it be all out war? I mean, a general should be commanding the troops into battle. Furthermore in rap, the war is waged in terms of lyrics. But Meek is saying that his crew hide the password to his own Twitter account so he could not tweet against Drake. Now, all respect due to Meek, but this seems odd as Young Thug collaborating with 50 Cent.
Peep the tweets!
AR-Ab calls out Meek Mill in newest hometown battle.
This has the potential of getting very ugly very soon. For a refresher read: Meek Mill Calls Out Philly’s Ar-Ab For “D**k Riding” Drake (VIDEO) This is Philly eat Philly! I Can’t believe it! Will Smith sided with Drake and now this? Oh, by the way, Ice Cube warned these guys about beefing in public. Peep that here.
Ice Cube decides between Drake and Meek Mill, while CyHi bashes Kanye.
Meek Mill called AR-Ab a d*ck rider because he dared to speak his mind. Now the Philly rapper and known street dude has responded with a fiery diss track over Drake’s “Back To Back” instrumental.
This all started when Drizzy rapped, “I waited four days, ni**a, where y’all at?/I drove here in the Wraith playin’ AR-Ab” on his “Back To Back” diss aimed at Meek Mill.
Then Vlad TV asked AR-Ab about the situation and he basically said Meek needed to step his game up.
Clearly anything but praise is taken as hate by Meek Mill, so he proceeded to called AR a “d*ck rider” while performing in Camden, NJ (which is just outside of Philly) on Thursday night (August 6).
When AR-Ab got wind of Meek’s comments, he initially took to Twitter to respond, saying “I just hope ni**as can stand behind they words.”
Rather than rely on his Twitter fingers, AR dropped a diss track, and it’s actually has its moments.
“Why you diss me, need to diss Drake/That ni**a killed you, first 48,” spits Ar.
Listen below. Meek keeps invited the drama to his doorstep, doesn’t he? As for what Meek’s up to, hit the flip.
Photo: Vlad TV
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Gunplay also says what he would do if someone dissed him on a record.
The above headline is generally reserved for one of those troll websites that make up stories for quick hits but Nicki Minaj seemingly let the cat out the bag during tonight’s Pinkprint Tour in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.
After Meek Mill made his standard cameo appearance, his famous girlfriend ensured he got a standing ovation by alluding to the fact he was about to a proud papa once again.
“Make some noise for my ‘baby father,’” she commanded the crowd. The Philly rapper–who has been recently making headlines in the worse way for his failed beef against Drake–sheepishly grinned and embraced the cheers.
Is Nicki Minaj pregnant? She’s definitely not showing and post-first trimester is usually the time when women announce their pregnancies, but only time will tell if her revelation was just a nickname.
Watch the video below. She definitely didn’t muff her words.
— marcus (@MarcusMraz) August 9, 2015
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During the Camden, NJ stop of Nicki Minaj’s “The Pinkprint” tour, Meek Mill decided to throw MORE shots at Drake. More blah blah blah business from Robert Williams. Check out Meek in action below.
Drake added more fuel to the fiery Meek Mill slander after he opened his OVO Fest kicking “Back To Back” with memes of the Philly rapper on the big screen. Of course, Twitter took this as an opportunity to continue clowning Meek to the best of its abilities.
Memes, puns and even the co-opting of sad animal rescue ads were used to mock the predicament Meek Mill finds himself in. Oddly, while Meek was getting cooked, he posted a picture of himself promoting a tooth whitening product on Instagram.
The jokes truly write themselves. Peep the best of the best below and on the following pages.
— the last curvebender (@SICKemAJ) August 4, 2015
— crissle (@crissles) August 4, 2015
Photos: Twitter, Instagram
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Photo via Meek Mill’s Instagram
Meek Mill is not happy with Hot 97’s TT Torrez! He feels that she has been very biased and one sided with expressing her opinions on the Meek Mill vs. Drake beef. Meek Mill accused her of going harder than the people from OVO. He says she’s one of the people in the position to be a part of an artist’s success or failure, while she chooses to be messy. Meek called her unprofessional and said,
“I didn’t know program directors suppose to b involved in the middle of some rap sh*t ….U controlling radio basically being biased! How did we even get here this the funny sh*t that be going on behind closed doors!”
Honestly Meek, everyone has jumped in on this beef! LOL.
Rapper Meek Mill fired another shot in his feud with Drake by releasing the diss track “Wanna Know.” The internet had some fun with it.
Here are some Friday loosies running around the streets.
Charlamagne Gives Meek Mill Donkey Of The Day
The “Donkey Of The Day” goes to Meek Mill Dropping His Drake Diss Track “Wanna Know” – YIKES!
Is Jay Z Looking To Dump Tidal?
Jay Z and his crew at Tidal have already shot this down, but you can watch for your entertainment.
Joe Budden Heads Back To Reality TV
We talked to Joey about this, but now you can get an early preview of Joe’s run on Couple’s Therapy – Season 6! He joins a pretty long list of rappers that have been on the show, including Ghostface Killah, Too Short and Treach from Naughty By Nature.
Did the WWE legend “The Undertaker” sue Meek Mill for 500k for using his wrestling theme song in his Drake Diss “Wanna Know”? There are reports, but I cannot seem to get a fully factual report. Here is what one site is saying:
WWE Legend, The Undertaker, has reportedly filed a $ 500,000 lawsuit against rapper Meek Mill for illegally sampling his famous entrance music. The song ‘Wanna Know’ is a diss track aimed at Drake who over the last couple of days has been caught up in a controversy with Meek Mill. The track has since been getting negative views since it was released, and not everyone seemed to have liked the diss track, especially legendary wrestler, The Undertaker. ‘I don’t know if he didn’t think I was going hear it, but I did’ said The Undertaker whose real name is Mark Calaway. ‘I wouldn’t have filed a lawsuit if the track was actually good. But since he included my theme in a f**king garbage track, I’m angry. My plain theme song was a better diss itself than Meek Mill’s.’ he said….
Meek Mill finally responds on wax.
Lets get down to business and then some rumors.
Now, here are some of the rumors to go forward into the night. First of all, my sources tell me that Meek Mill already has another diss ready to drop on Drake. Now, being honest, Meek’s recent reply left much to be desired after the first listen. BUT…here is the deal. I am hearing that that was just the first one. Meek apparently has another diss on the way that will be released in the next day or so. AND, I hear Drake has another one as well on deck, which I already figured. The point is, it ain’t over yet…especially on social media.
And then here is this: savemeekmill.com.
Meek Mill‘s plan of discrediting Drake isn’t going as well as he’d hoped. In fact, after finally dropping his own diss record, “Wanna Know”, Black Twitter, and most every other Twitter, has dialed up the slander against the Philly rapper exponentially.
The complete lack of chill displayed on the Internets is astounding. Peep the best below and on the following pages.
Also, early word is Drake is dropping another song tomorrow.
The Internet>>>>>>>>>>>> pic.twitter.com/yZD574kWJZ
— Tuesday (@JamaellaSays) July 31, 2015
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“They’re making Hip-Hop interesting,” N.O.R.E. tells Hip-Hop Wired. “As long as it doesn’t turn physical, it doesn’t turn into guns, it doesn’t turn into anybody that can be harmed—I think it’s healthy for the game.”
Peep more of CNN’s thoughts below. The duo’s new album, Lessons, is out now.
Photo: Hip-Hop Wired
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Funkmaster Flex has one job. After promising to deliver Meek Mill’s response to Drake’s “Charged Up,” Hot 97 listeners were left with absolutely nothing.
"I'm still waiting for that email, New York"—@funkflex
— Elliott Wilson (@ElliottWilson) July 28, 2015
Needless to say, the slander aimed against Funk Flex started flowing rapidly on social media. While a petition has been started calling for Flex’s ouster from Hot 97, even more people are perfectly fine hurling slander at the veteran DJ via memes and venomous tweets.
Check out the best below and on the following pages.
Funk Flex must be sacrificed at once for disappointing the masses. Hot 97 is done.
— THE ILLUMINATI (@ThelIluminati) July 28, 2015
I know NY tired of taking all these L's. y'all got the Knicks , Troy Average and Funk flex. Its time for y'all to raise the white du-rags
— Read Bio (@OgMigoKash) July 28, 2015
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Meek Mill’s manager Rico Philly tweets his displeasure in response to Brandon Jennings’ praise of Drake.
UPDATE: Meek Mill appears to have reacted to Drake’s "Charged Up," which includes lyrics that seem to address Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj’s relationship.
Meek Mill gave everyone a reason to tune into Drake’s OVO Radio this week and the Canadian all-star did not disappoint.
After being accused of being a rapper fraud, Drizzy debuted “Charged Up,” a stinging warning shot that should be just the beginning of a new rapper war.
“I did some charity today for the kids/ But I’m used to it cause y’all charity cases/ Six God is watching, I’m just hoping you prepared to face him. “Ni***s snitching on us without no interrogation/ I stay silent ‘cause we at war and I’m very patient/ Six God is watching, I just hope you’re prepared to face him/ I’m charged up, i’m charged up.”
And then he teases Meek about the stalling sales of his Dreams Worth More Than Money album and newfound popularity being on Nicki Minaj’s side.
“I see you n***as having trouble going gold/Turning into some so-and-so’s that no one no knows/But so it goes/Come and live all your dreams in OVO…No woman ever had me star struck/ Or was able to tell me to get my bars up/ I’m charged up.”
Drake also went the slick route to mention DJ Clue “dropping bombs,” seeing that he has a new foe in Funk Flex.
Listen to the Drake Meek Mill diss below and keep that bowl of popcorn handy.
Photo: Ricky Swift/WENN.com
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Drake has a new track that appears to be aimed at Meek Mill.
Noah "40" Shebib weighs in on the comments claiming Drake does not write his own lyrics.
Although it appeared that a full 24 hours were set to transpire without a peep from Drake regarding his “situation” with Meek Mill, it appears the Canadian superstar is definitely in the know of what’s going on.
In an Instagram private message now turned public with battle rapper Hitman Holla, Drake addresses to the situation after his pal in rhyme tossed a few words of encouragement his way.
“I see da foolishness, you know me & Showw not buying it.. U our guy keep killing u motivate niggas like us!,” Hitman Holla wrote before splicing in a few lyrics from “5 AM In Toronto.” Drake replied with his favorite praying hand emojis and responded with an instant classic message: “I signed up for greatness. This comes with it.”
The St. Louis representer also revealed that Drake had come in the clutch for him before saying, “Drake sent $ $ to my mama Breast Cancer Fund.. That’s my guy.. Lame ass Twitter ni***s stop it.. Deeper than Rap!”
According to Complex, Drake also liked a video from Skepta associate, KreptPlayDirty, which featured Skepta on the cover of a magazine with his new “frenemy” on another.
Drake’s silence most likely means there’s another “insert early morning time” in “insert big city” being prepped as they speak. Chances are Meek Mill is also on standby, seeing that he started the entire ordeal late last night.
Check out Drake’s response via DM and more from Hitman Holla on the following pages.
Meek Mill drops a new freestyle and U.K. duo Krept & Konan release the video for “Do It For The Gang” featuring Wiz Khalifa.
"They’re already given the impression of he guilty," the MMG rapper says.
Meek Mill isn’t letting up his grip on the video circuit and continues to release brand new visuals on what seems to be a weekly basis. His latest release is the fan favorite, Future featured “Jump Out Da Face” off his recently released sophomore project, Dreams Worth More Than Money.
And for those old school Wu-Tang fans that’ve been waiting for some new material from the Killa Beez, Czarface is the closest thing out right now. Comprised of OG Wu banger, Inspectah Deck, 7L, and Esoteric, Czarface’s “Sgt. Slaughter” has that nitty-gritty sound that Shaolin supporters have been longing for.
Check the rest of the days releases and some cuts you might’ve missed over the weekend.
MEEK MILL FT. FUTURE – “JUMP OUT DA FACE”
CZARFACE – “SGT. SLAUGHTER”
YOGI & SKRILLEX FT. PUSHA T, MOODY GOOD, TROLLPHACE – “BURIAL”
ILOVEMAKONNEN FT. ROME FORTUNE & RICH THE KID – “NO MA’AM”
PROBLEM – “RELAPSE”
YOUNG MONEY YAWN – “RAIN RAIN”
CHIEF KEEF FT. JENN EM – “AIN’T MISSING YOU”
LADY SAW – “SUMMER LOVE”
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