Lil Snupe News

Vote For Your Favorite Feature On Meek Mill’s “DC4”
Vote For Your Favorite Feature On Meek Mill’s “DC4” Oct 28, 2016 at 05:27pm
It's been a rocky 16+ months for Meek Mill, between a beef with Drake that partially erased Dreams Worth Than Money from public memory and legal issues that threatened to put him back in jail. The arrival of the long-anticipated DC4 carries the potential to knock aside the sideshows and return focus to Meek's music. DC4 includes a diverse array of features, and we want to know which one was your favorite:
69% Of Murdered Rappers' Cases Remain Unsolved
69% Of Murdered Rappers' Cases Remain Unsolved Oct 15, 2015 at 05:52pm
It is common knowledge that the culprits of Tupac and Biggie were never apprehended. But that is no anomaly -- as it turns out, it is extremely common for rap homicides to go unsolved.
Posthumous Lil Snupe Album To Be Released In February
Posthumous Lil Snupe Album To Be Released In February Jan 9, 2015 at 06:17pm
Lil Snupe was only 18 when he was shot and killed following an argument in 2013. The rapper was just rising to prominence as an understudy of Meek Mill, on his way to becoming an official Dreamchasers artist. While the rapper was eulogized on the emotional Dreamchasers 3 song, "Lil Nigga Snupe" (which was preceded by a freestyle from the late artist himself), we've yet to here any of the unreleased material that was rumored to exist.
Meek Mill Criticizes Cassidy For Using Lil Snupe's Name On "Catch A Body"
Meek Mill Criticizes Cassidy For Using Lil Snupe's Name On "Catch A Body" Sep 10, 2013 at 02:10pm
For better or for worse, the Meek Mill and Cassidy beef rages on. Meek released a track targeting Cass earlier in the week, and Cassidy naturally fired back within 24 hours. Now in an interview with MTV, Meek Mill spoke on his ongoing feud with his fellow Philly emcee, revealing that he feel he's "helping" his opponent.
Suspect In Lil Snupe's Murder Turns Himself In
Suspect In Lil Snupe's Murder Turns Himself In Jun 26, 2013 at 09:55am
On June 21st we reported on the death of Lil Snupe, a rising rapper who had been signed to Meek Mill's Dreamchasers imprint. The rapper was shot dead, reportedly over a bet on a video game. Last we reported the suspect in the shooting had been identified as 36-year-old Tony D. Holden.
Lil Snupe Explains How He Signed With Meek Mill
Lil Snupe Explains How He Signed With Meek Mill Apr 5, 2013 at 10:22am
Although most rappers nowadays think demos are a way of the past, given the accessibility of the internet, but a demo was all Lil Snupe needed to get the attention of MMG's Meek Mill.