Meek Mill Shows Off New $540,000 Chain
When you’re in the headlines, why not look good doing it? That might have been the thought process for Meek Mill when he copped his most recent chain, and he went all out. Meek posted a series of photos to his Instagram, showing the diamond encrusted piece that is reportedly worth $540,000.
Peter Rosenberg Is Heated After Drake Disses Meek Mill In Philly
HOT 97 radio personality Peter Rosenberg was infuriated upon learning that Drake used his "Summer Sixteen" show in Philly as a means of reigniting his beef with Meek Mill.
Meek Mill Accuses Drake Of Enlisting Police To Exit Philly Show Last Night
Last night, Drake's "Summer Sixteen" tour came through Philly, and he used the show to reinvigorate his beef with the city's biggest rapper, Meek Mill. He performed an especially fired-up rendition of his "Back to Back" diss track, and addressed Meek directly afterwards: "It's not about your city. I love your city. You did that shit to your motherfuckin' self, boy." He also switched up the lyrics on "Still Here" in order to try to pit Meek's hometown against him, rapping, "You not really from Philly and they can tell, n*gga."
Meek Mill Says "Dreamchasers 4" Is Dropping In September
Meek Mill, located at the heart of the storm that is Drake's ceaseless shit-talking, is proceeding with his eyes on the prize: his upcoming mixtape Dreamchasers 4. Meek brushed off Drake's remarks by posting an Instagram image of himself holding a giant stack of cash at the club, accompanied with a caption that hinted the impending release of DC4.
Drake Takes Multiple Shots At Meek Mill At Philly "Summer Sixteen" Show
From the moment the "Summer Sixteen" tour dates were unveiled, Drake had tonight's show marked on his calendar. Tonight was the first time Drake performed in Philly since he entered into a beef with the city's biggest rapper, Meek Mill. On Friday night (Aug.
Drake Calls Meek Mill A "P*ssy" During "Summer Sixteen" Show
Tonight's been all about Frank Ocean and the surprise arrival of his new album, Blonde. Unsurprisingly, though, Drake has managed to sneak in and grab a headline with another on-stage stunt at a recent Summer Sixteen show. While performing "Back to Back," the diss track with which he took over last summer's beef with Meek Mill, he switched up a few lyrics in order to call the MMG rapper a pussy. "I did another one, I did another one," he raps, "That pussy still ain't did shit about the other one." Watch him deliver the incendiary lyrics in the below video.
Meek Mill & Nicki Minaj Lease Beverly Hills Home For $30K/Month
There had been headlines making the rounds on less-than-authoritative gossip sites suggesting that Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj had ended their relationship, which seemingly first began to simmer in late 2014. Those rumors can now be tossed aside, as TMZ reports that the royal couple is currently renting a mansion in Beverly Hills for the staggering rate of $30,000 a month.
Meek Mill Discusses Drake Beef And "Dreamchasers 4"
Meek Mill spoke on his beef with Drake, now more than a year old, and his highly anticipated project Dreamchasers 4 during an extended interview with MyMixtapez's Charm La'Donna. "Last year and the position I was in, a lot of people was going with the wave that I was actually losing, but my life was good," he said of his feud with Drake, which began last July. "The internet is kind of uncontrollable where people go with their own ways," he continued. "It’s a world of cowards where people get behind a computer and type anything."
Did Drake Inadvertently Expose His Own Reference Tracks In 2014?
By now we all know the story. Last July, Meek Mill called out Drake on Twitter, accusing him of using ghostwriters to pen his raps. Now, in an unexpected development, it appears that Drake may have exposed his own reference tracks on Instagram over eight months before Meek leveled his accusations.
Funk Flex Responds To Drake's Diss At Madison Square Garden With Lengthy Rant
The most newsworthy moment to come from Drake and Future's "Summer Sixteen" tour stop at Madison Square Garden, currently in its third of four consecutive shows, took place at the start of night 1, when Drake dropped an a cappella freestyle, during which he called out HOT 97 and its resident DJ Funkmaster Flex. "You see, they tellin’ lies on Hot 97, that’s how it goes / I told ‘em fire Funk Flex and then I’ll come and do your show / Plus me and Kanye, we just left out the studio / My first night in the Garden, I’m feeling like D.
Protestors Call To End Meek Mill's Probation In Philly
Meek Mill has been on probation throughout his rise to fame. He's been found guilty of violating the terms of his probation twice in the past two years, first in July 2014, earning him five months in jail, and then again at the end of last year, leading to a sentence of 90 days on house arrest. Both violations were a result of him performing shows in other states/countries without acquiring the necessary travel permits. Earlier this year, Meek revealed that he's been on probation since he was 18. He's now 29.
Top Tracks: July 11 - July 17
I'm not going to take the time to crunch all of the numbers for the 28 weeks of 2016 we've experienced thus far, but in terms of artists who show up most often in our weekly top ten tracks list, it's not even close. Drake is the clear victor, seeming to find a way on here every week. Second place is a little more murky.
Meek Mill Pledges To Stop Rapping About "Extreme Violence" After "DC4"
The recent police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile have prompted many hip-hop artists to reflect on the platforms they have and how they can use their music to help their communities fight against the oppressive powers that be. Earlier today, Meek Mill went on Instagram to provide words of support to the Black Lives Matter movement, telling his followers to keep pressuring their favorite artists to speak up against institutional racism, and he then addressed the violent content of his own music.
Meek Mill And PUMA Officially Unveil The New 'Dreamchasers' Collection
Get your wallets ready, Meek Mill has another collab with PUMA dropping this week! That's right, Rihanna isn't the only artist that PUMA is working with at the moment. The Philly rapper posted two teaser images of his upcoming "Dreamchasers" PUMA collab not long ago and today we learned that the two pair collection, a PUMA Basket and a PUMA Blaze Of Glory, will be releasing this Friday, July 15th.
Ty Dolla $ign's "Campaign" To Feature Meek Mill, Travis Scott, Migos, Wiz Khalifa & More
Since releasing his excellent debut album, Free TC, in November of last year, Ty Dolla $ign has appeared on a number of features but hasn't yet given fans a project in 2016. Last month, however, Ty announced two upcoming mixtapes: Beach House 3 and Campaign. Earlier today, he premiered the title track of the latter project. "Campaign" is a heavy club anthem featuring Future that finds each of the melodic hitmen at his most ratchet.
Joe Budden To Meek Mill: "Watch A Real MC Do What You Couldn't"
After he criticized Drake's VIEWS and caught what he perceived to be a subliminal diss on "4pm In Calabasas," Joe Budden decided to go after Drizzy on his diss track, "Making A Mur
Meek Mill Responds To Joe Budden Diss: "He’s Been Dead Since 2003"
Joe Budden's “Making A Murderer” may have been meant primarily as a Drake diss track, but so far, it's Meek Mill who has been the most responsive to Budden's jabs.
Meek Mill Reveals Majority Of "Dreamchasers 4" Tracklist
Meek Mill's Dreamchasers 4 is poised to set the streets on fire this summer if he drops it soon enough. A recent Instagram post from Meek suggests the that mixtape is in its final stages. The post revealed the majority of the tracklist; of note, DC4 will include "Tony Story 3" and feature Lil Uzi Vert, Nicki Minaj, Akon, Pusha T, and presumably a few other big names. Check out the tracklist below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5) Froze (feat. Lil Uzi Vert & Nicki Minaj) 6) Let Us Die 7) Bust Down (feat. Thug)
Meek Mill Denies Plans To Drop Diss Track About "Crackhead" Joe Budden
A new beef between Meek Mill & Joe Budden is good ammo for those who lament that rap beefs only take place on social media. Here's what happened. Last year, Budden criticized Meek's music on his podcast last year. "Meek's music is too hard for me to look at him with this fucking sappy fuck shit" he said.
Meek Mill, The Game & More React To Murder Of Lor Scoota
Yet another inspiring young artist has been taken too soon. Yesterday (June 25) at around 7PM, 23-year-old Tyriece Watson, aka Lor Scoota, was fatally shot while driving in his hometown of Baltimore. He was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 8:30PM. Just minutes before the shooting, Scoota had been at Morgan State University, where he hosted a charity basketball event called "Touch the People: Pray for Peace In These Streets."