Meek Mill's Artist Lil Snupe Reportedly Shot Dead [Update: Murder Suspect Identified, More Details Emerge]
Lil Snupe signed to Meek Mill's Dreamchasers imprint earlier this year, and now we have sad news to report about the rising young rapper.
Meek Mill Disses 50 Cent On "Gave 'Em Hope"
Meek Mill finally dropped some new music tonight, and it came in the form of a 4-track EP titled 4/4.
Meek Mill & 50 Cent Exchange Jabs On Instagram
We were expecting Meek Mill to target Drake in his new material, and while that did happen, he saved some of his most ruthless bars for a surprising target -- 50 Cent.While Rick Ross and 50's beef raged on, Meek remained cool with Fif for some time, but it seems those days are over, as the DreamChasers rapper has come to his MMG boss's defence on new track, "Gave 'Em Hope".
Meek Mill Says Quentin Miller Slipped Him Drake's "Summer Sixteen" Lyrics
You gotta be kidding. Have the tables turned? Meek Mill just responded to all the clamor surrounding his "War Pain" Drake diss, which all-too-coincidentally seemed to address the Drake track that premiered MINUTES earlier, by writing, "The ghost writer told me!"
Meek Mill's "Dreamchasers 3" Tracklist & Huge Features Revealed
Dropping tomorrow afternoon, Meek Mill has been giving fans a preview of his third installment in the Dreamchasers series.
Drake Kinda Responds To Meek Mill On Instagram
As we've seen, Meek Mill's claims that Drake doesn't write his own lyrics has basically all of hip-hop up in arms today. Everyone and their grandmo
Vote: Drake's "Summer Sixteen" Vs. Meek Mill's "War Pain"
Drake officially kicked off his Views from the 6 campaign on Saturday by premiering "Summer Sixteen" on OVO Sound Radio.
Meek Mill Responds To Drake's "Charged Up" Diss Track
Drake's new track "Charged Up" can be viewed as his formal rebuttal to Meek Mill's Twitter tirade against him this week. Meek was not impressed. "Baby lotion soft," he tweeted. And then 25 minutes later, perhaps after another couple listens, he tweeted out, "I can tell he wrote that 1 one tho..." In terms of both lyrical insults and intensity of delivery, Drake did not go hard as, say, Kendrick Lamar's verse on "Control."
Everything You Need To Know About Kodak Black
Kodak Black is the best high-school rapper in the country. The 18-year-old from Pompano Beach, Florida also happens to be one of a few young artists on Drake's radar. As Earl Sweatshirt warned upon hearing of Drake's discovery of Florida's best kept secret, let's not give too much credit to the 6 God's discerning ears, as Kodak has already built a movement solely off his own credentials, with over 50 songs and/or videos with 6-digit hits on YouTube.
Meek Mill Disses Wale On Instagram: "You Not MMG No More!"
Meek Mill is still getting over his beef with Drake, but it isn't stopping him from going at Wale in a very similar fashion today.
Meek Mill Fires Shots At Drake During Brooklyn Performance
Opening for Nicki Minaj at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Sunday, Meek Mill had some harsh words for Drake in his first public appearance since Drake released diss track "Charged Up," in which he called Meek a "charity case" and more.
Hottest 50 Songs Of 2015
It's holiday season, and that means it's time to start rolling out the year-end lists. There was almost too much good music to handle, as notable releases week after week meant that only the hottest tracks were able to attain a shelf-life of longer than a couple of months.
5 Things You Need To Know About Drake Collaborator Quentin Miller
Last night, Meek Mill announced to the world that Drake's verse on their collaboration "R.I.C.O." was in fact written with the help of someone else. This isn't "news" per se, as Quentin Miller (the writer in question) appears in the song's credits, but Meek said he had only recently found out, or else he "woulda took it off my album."
Meek Mill Sends More Shots At Drake & Quentin Miller On Instagram
While it seemed his response may never arrive, Meek Mill's temporary silence came to an end last night when he released his diss track, "Wanna Know," last night. While the internet is still trying to figure out exactly how and why T.I.'s friend peed on Drake in a movie theatre, Meek is still going at Drizzy and his co-writer, Quentin Miller, on Instagram.
Drake Roasts Meek Mill At OVO Fest; Opens Up With "Back To Back"
Drake’s OVO Fest is going down right now in Toronto, and all eyes are watching to see what happens. After running through his rehearsals earlier rockin’ a “Free Meek Mill” shirt, Drake decided to open the set with some more shade sent at the MMG rapper.
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.
Drake Makes It Clear Who He's Siding With In The Game & Meek Mill Beef
As The Game and Meek Mill wage war on Instagram, Drake has decided to make his allegiances clear -- and they shouldn't surprise anyone. Drizzy posted the cover art to The Game's upcoming project, 1992, just after Game and Meek Mill were going at each other, once again suggesting that Drake and Meek will not be burying the hatchet anytime soon.
OVO Comments On Meek Mill's Upcoming "Back To Back" Remix
Drake generally does a pretty good job of keeping his subliminal disses within his rhymes, but sometimes they spill out on to Twitter through his crew.
Drake Goes After Meek Mill, Barack Obama & Tory Lanez On "Summer Sixteen"
Drake took no prisoners on his new single, "Summer Sixteen." No singing, no dancing -- just bitter raps directed at anyone whom he might consider a rival. Of course, that includes Meek Mill, whom he deals with in his opening verse.
Drake & Meek Mill Were Staying In The Same Hotel When "Back To Back" Dropped
"I'm just a sicko a real sicko when you get to know me, n*gga / I let the diss record drop you were standing right below me, nigga / We must have played it a hundred times, you was going to bed." The above situation is depicted in the opening verse of Drake's new single, "Summer Sixteen." Drake suggests that he and Meek were staying in the same hotel when he dropped his second consecutive diss track, "Back to Back," at the end of July.