Meek Mill

Oct
27
New Music: Maino f/ Meek Mill & Yo Gotti – ‘All These Hoes’

All These Hoes

As he gears up for the November 25 release of his King of Brooklyn 2 EP, Maino recruits Meek Mill and Yo Gotti for his latest banger “All These Hoes.” The Brooklyn spitter, who was arrested last week for allegedly punching a porn star, boasts about his way with women, while putting the lames on blast.

Fresh off his collaboration with Boosie, the incarcerated Meek keeps his mind on the money even behind bars.

Earlier this month, Maino dropped his single “Dreamer” featuring B.o.B, French Montana, and Tweezie.

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Oct
21
New Music: Meek Mill f/ Boosie – ‘F**k You Mean?’

Fuck You Mean?

Meek Mill is putting in work from behind bars. The Philly rapper, who was sent to jail in July for a parole violation, reminds hip-hop what it’s been missing on his explosive collaboration with Lil Boosie.

Over a menacing beat, the Dreamchasers boss spits flames, while Boosie boasts about his jeans costing us much as a Range Rover.

Meek has been serving his three-to-six-month jail sentence, but it’s unknown exactly when he will be released. His sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money has been delayed while he completes his bid.

If you’re craving more music from Meek, he can also be heard on Paloma Ford’s new single “Let Me See.” August Alsina recently shared a phone call he received from his incarcerated friend.

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Oct
20
New Music: Paloma Ford f/ Meek Mill – ‘Let Me See’

Meek Mill and Paloma Ford

Meek Mill may be behind bars, but he joins Paloma Ford on her new single “Let Me See.” The two previously worked together on Meek’s Dreams Worth More Than Money single “I Don’t Know.” On the D&D-produced banger (think Chris Brown’s “Loyal”), the West Coast singer turns up, while Meek unleashes some spitfire rhymes.

Over the summer, Paloma released her Snoop Dogg and Iamsu!-assisted single “Summer in California,” and is readying her EP Nearly Civilized, which may be released on Meek’s Dreamchasers label.

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Oct
16
Meek Mill Calls August Alsina From Jail

August Alsina and Meek Mill

While he serves out the remainder of his jail sentence, Meek Mill’s peers have been holding him down. Rick Ross, Drake, and Stalley have all shown their support for the incarcerated rapper.

Rozay recently shared photos of Meek behind bars and today August Alsina received a phone call from his friend.

“Squad kalled from that shit hole… Good to hear & feel a smile on em thru it all,” said August. “I tol em God sat us down differently but at the end of it all he SAT US DOWN! He said Exactly! We jus gotta know/recognize when da Man giving you a chance to get your shit in order then Come back stronger then ever.”

Meek seemed to be in good spirits and thanked his supporters. August can be heard saying “Free Meek Mill!” before the video cuts off.

The “No Love” singer has returned to work following his health scare last month. He was in a three-day coma, but after getting some rest, he is back on his feet and will play Bowie State University’s Homecoming concert tonight.

“Andddddd.. Jus like that, I’m bck to work. Gone!” he tweeted.

On November 1, August will join Usher on his “UR Experience” tour, which kicks off in Montreal.

Listen in on Meek and August’s conversation below.

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Oct
3
Rick Ross Talks Weight Loss, Meek Mill, & Jay Z Collaboration on ‘The Breakfast Club’

Rick Ross

Fresh off the release of his R. Kelly-assisted single “Keep Doin’ That (Rich Chick),” Rick Ross paid a visit to “The Breakfast Club” on Friday. A slimmer Rozay, who has lost weight thanks to his RossFit workout regimen, sat down with Angela Yee and DJ Envy to discuss Meek Mill’s incarceration, Wale’s beef with Meek, and his seventh album Hood Billionaire, which is set to feature a collaboration with Jay Z.

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Sep
27
Rick Ross Shares Photos of Meek Mill in Jail

Meek Mill

Meek Mill is holding up behind bars. The Philly rapper, who was sentenced to three to six months in jail in July for violating his probation following a 2009 drug and guns conviction, is nearing his release date. His MMG boss Rick Ross shared a couple new photos of the incarcerated rapper on social media.

In one shot, Meek poses in gray sweatpants and a sweatshirt with a smile on his face. He also sits in the prison yard surrounded by friends and family.

“Meek in da building all OG’s roun’m,” said Rozay.

Meek was reportedly denied an early release, but Rozay said he’ll be home soon. “Meek almost at the Door #FreeMeekMill Dreams Worth More than $$$$,” he tweeted.

His sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money was delayed from its September date. “His album is coming,” Ross assured his fans. “We ask that the fans and the media continue to support him and his music during this time. He’ll be home soon. ‘Dreams Are Worth More Than Money,’ and family is worth more than Everything. MMG FOR LIFE.”

His peers including Drake, DJ Khaled, Sean Garrett, and Stalley have also joined the “Free Meek” campaign.

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Sep
8
New Music: P Reign f/ Meek Mill & PARTYNEXTDOOR – ‘Realest in the City’

Dear America

On September 9, Toronto rapper P Reign will release his debut EP Dear America on RCA Records. The five tracks include the Drake and Future-assisted single “DnF,” plus contributions from A$AP Rocky and Waka Flocka Flame.

Today he liberates his latest collaboration, “Realest in the City” featuring Meek Mill and fellow Canadian PARTYNEXTDOOR. Meek reps for his team, while PND puts on for his hometown of Mississauga.

Listen to them keep it real.

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