One of the best parts about Meek Mill's album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, was the intro. "Lord Knows" featured an uncredited Tory Lanez, however T Lanez nabs the credit he deserves with the release of a music video for the collaboration.
Remember "R.I.C.O." -- the Dreams Worth Than Money single that fizzled soon after Meek Mill decided to reveal that Drake's verse on the track was actually written by a unknown rapper by the name of Quentin Miller?
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.
Last night we had a bit unexpected excitement, when Meek Mill went off on our twitter timelines, dissing Drake in the process. As for what triggered the rant in the first place, it seems like Meek feels as though he's not getting the respect he deserves.
Without a doubt, the Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown-assisted "All Eyes On You" is the poppiest track on Meek Mill's recently released Dreams Worth More Than Money, so it makes total sense that it's been picked as the album's second single (preceded by "Check
Meek Mill's sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money surprised everyone when it was projected to move upwards of 200,000 copies its first week, and it's now clear that the estimation was accurate, as the final count has arrived.Hits Daily Double reports&n
Meek Mill was released from jail earlier this year after spending five months behind bars, and while he's now in a great place (his new album is set to move somewhere around 200,000 copies first week), his friend and collaborator, Rick Ross, has found him
It's safe to say you are already winning at life when you can call Nicki Minaj you’re girlfriend, but add a number one album into the mix and you’re absolutely scorching, which looks to be the case for Meek Mill right now.
Meek Mill's Dreams Worth More Than Money dropped slightly ahead of schedule and with it came "R.I.C.O." featuring none other than Drake. It was probably a coin flip between this and "All Eyes On You" feat.