Sauce Twinz & Meek Mill To Release Drake Diss
Earlier tonight, we reported that Meek Mill has been in the studio with the Sauce Twinz. As both Meek and Sauce Walka, one half of the Twinz, are beefing with Drake, we had to wonder if, during their session, they recorded a Drake diss track. And, indeed, it looks like they have done just that.
Drake Takes Shots At Meek Mill On "Truffle Butter" At Austin City Limits
Those lucky enough to be at Austin City Limits last night (Oct. 3) got to see Drake bring out Future to perform tracks off their recent joint album, What a Time to Be Alive, live for the first time.
Sauce Twinz Preview Meek Mill Collab; Drake Diss On The Way?
This sounds like an unexpected collab -- Meek Mill and the Sauce Twinz -- though maybe it shouldn't be, as both Meek and one half of the Twinz, Sauce Walka, have beef with Drake. Meek's one diss record, "Wanna Know," dropped at the end of July and was the last track in the beef that rocked the summer. Though Meek technically got the last word, most onlookers felt like "Wanna Know" didn't stand up to Drake's two diss tracks. Drake's winning streak has since continued while Meek has stayed quiet.
Drake On Meek Mill: "Don't Worry, He's Dead Already"
It seems that fans chanting "Fuck Meek Mill" is fairly commonplace at Drake shows these days, enough that the OVO rapper decided to address some fans dissing his rival."Don't worry, he's dead already," Drizzy joked at his Landmark Festival performance in DC earlier tonight, which was answered by cheers from fans.
Jahlil Beats Says Drake & Meek Mill's Beef Might Not Be Over
Though the beef between Drake and Meek Mill barely lasted a couple of weeks, it was by far the most sensational event to happen in hip-hop all year. It's now two months after Meek Mill's Twitter fingers ran wild, and we thought the beef was long over with. Not so fast, says Jahlil Beats, who produced Meek's one and only diss track, "Wanna Know."
Drake Speaks On Quentin Miller's Reference Tracks & Beating Meek Mill With "Back To Back"
With the FADER 100 issue, Drake has given his first interview since early 2014. As he hasn't spoken to the media during a time when the media wants him most, the new issue finally lets fans hear Drizzy touch on some controversial topics that have surrounded him for much of the summer. Even though he dealt with said controversies about as well as he could have, most of us still have a few tough questions that we want to direct at the "6 God."
LyriQuiz: Meek Mill - "Ima Boss"
Yesterday, Meek Mill previewed a bunch of new music off his upcoming mixtape Dreamchasers 4, the fourth instalment in the fan-favorite series. If there's one thing Meek does well, it's creating a banger, and all the records he previewed appeared to be right up that alley.
Future Comments On Keeping Friendships With Both Drake & Meek Mill
There was a time when Future was pretty reserved in interviews, but those days are behind him. The Atlanta rapper covers the latest copy of XXL magazine, and with an early look at the interview, he seems to be saying a whole lot.Some of the hard questions came out, with Future weighing in on the Drake and Meek Mill situation, his relationship with Ciara and their son, and of course -- the question on everyone's mind -- what's the deal with those Gucci flip flops?
Meek Mill Previews "Dreamchasers 4" On Instagram
Meek Mill is vying for a comeback. The rapper flooded our Instagram feed last night with multiple video posts, as he rapped along to new material from his forthcoming Dreamchasers 4 mixtape. The Dreamchasers mixtape series is really what put Meek over the edge initially, so maybe he'll take things back real quick with DC4?
Photos: Meek Mill & Nicki Minaj For GQ Magazine
Yesterday a black and white teaser video surfaced for GQ's photoshoot with Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj, their first magazine spread as a couple. Today Meek Mill has started to share photographs from the shoot on his Instagram, all of which were shot by famed photographer Ellen Von Unwerth. Unwerth captures Omeeka during a night out on the town-- which includes riding in a limo and finger lickin' while counting fresh stacks of cash.
Drake Namedrops Quentin Miller On "Digital Dash"
Thankfully, What a Time to Be Alive (mostly) focused on the present, the "now." Both Drake and Future have been on their own respective winning streaks, and their collaborative album is about channeling their two different, but equally flourishing, energies into something special. Personally, I find that far more interesting than further attempts to recognize Drake as the unequivocal victor in his feud with Meek Mill. A rather quick victory is a better look for Drizzy than a drawn-out torture session.
Did Future Diss Meek Mill On "Big Rings"?
What a Time to Be Alive is the most sensationalized event this year next to Drake's beef with Meek Mill. Meek attempted to expose Drake when Dreams Worth More Than Money was the No. 1 album in the country. His fortunes soon reversed, and before we knew it, he was the laughingstock of the rap world.
Charts Don't Lie: September 12
The big success story this week is The Weeknd. We really should have seen it coming. Abel has had four singles floating on the Hot 100 for the last little while, and going into this week he had the number one song in the country. Beauty Behind The Madness has become his first number one album, and from the looks of it, it'll be selling for a while to come. Especially judging by the potential smashes yet to come.
Meek Mill Criticizes Social Media, Cites Conversation He Had With Jay Z On The Topic
Meek Mill has never been one to shy away from speaking his mind on social media -- even when his target IS social media. The rapper posted a lengthy caption on Instagram yesterday, which seemed to be inspired by trolling commenters on his previous post, which eulogized Detroit rapper Dex Osama.
Meek Mill Goes Off On Fan For Holding Up Drake Sign During His Show
Just when you thought the Meek Mill x Drake saga had finally fizzled out, one instigating fan quickly brings it back to life. On Monday night, Meek headlined the Fools Gold Festival in Brooklyn, where one ballsy fan decided to throw up a Drake sign during his set, and quickly grab the attention of Meek and his camp. Aside from just calling the fan out, Meek decided to send a “shooter” from his entourage to stand right next to him and make him feel the pressure.
Detroit Rapper Dex Osama Shot & Killed; Meek Mill & Dej Loaf React
Rapper Dex Osama was shot and killed early this morning, September 7, in his hometown of Detroit. Noisey reports that Osama was shot outside of the Crazy Horse club at around 2 AM. After being shot, Osama ran to a nearby gas station, where he asked an attendant to call 911, before he collapsed. He was declared dead at Detroit Reading Hospital. He was 26 years old.
Meek Mill Says There's Absolutely No Beef With Future
Yesterday, during his headlining set at Made In America Fest, Meek Mill told his DJ to quit playing so much Future. "You're playing all motherfuckin' Future tonight, n---a?" Meek said, stopping his DJ in the middle of "Freak Hoes." Of course, many took Meek's words to the extreme and assumed he was provoking yet another beef with one of the world's hottest rappers.
Meek Mill Told His DJ To Stop Playing Future During His Made In America Set
A video of Meek Mill performing at Made In America fest is travelling around twitter real quick today, and so far, the knee jerk reaction is that Meek dissed his regular collaborator, Future. While that seems like an overly simplistic reading of what Meek said during his set yesterday, the way he talked about Future's music did seem a bit dismissive.
Meek Mill Brings Out Nicki Minaj & His Son At Made In America Fest
If Meek Mill is gonna earn redemption anywhere, it'll be in Philly. Tonight (September 5), Meek headlined at Made In America Festival in his hometown, and during his show, he brought out two guests who are very dear to his heart. After guesting on his girl's tour all summer, Meek was able to get Nicki to return the favor in Philly. "If you got love for my baby daddy, make some noise," Nicki told the Philly crowd. The couple went on to perform "All Eyes on Me," their collab off Dreams Worth More Than Money.
Stream Made In America Fest Featuring Future, J. Cole, The Weeknd, Beyonce & More
You may have already assumed that the Made It In America festival would be a Tidal exclusive stream, but while the streaming service is providing the festival feed, you won't need a subscription to watch it all go down.Check out live streams of both stages from the festival below, where you'll see performances from the likes of Future, Meek Mill, J. Cole, The Weeknd, Beyonce, De La Soul, Action Bronson, Big Sean, and many more.