A tweet from Rick Ross seems to confirm the rapper’s imminent release.
That question also serves as the song’s chorus, sung back and forth between Meek and Michelle.
Meek Mill’s Dreams Worth More Than Money has been postponed temporarily while he finishes his sentence.
It’s a rare release from the rapper while he sits awaiting his prison release.
Ross claimed Meek was “almost out the door” in one of the photos’ caption.
The announcement follows an effort last month by the rapper and his camp to be let out of jail early. A judge denied the appeal.
DJ Khaled was among those in the packed Philadelphia courtroom when Mill’s request for early parole was denied.
In between verses and sips of rosé on the beach, Ross takes us on a tour of sorts of his home base in a Lamborghini.
Young Chop will do this by playing a key role on two of the year’s most anticipated rap albums, Kanye West’s seventh solo LP and the sophomore album from Meek Mill.
Meek Mill is still behind bars after his arrest a week ago for a probation violation — and that may not be changing anytime soon.
Meek Mill and Wale’s beef has subsided, and it’s all thanks to the Boss, who also happens to be their actual boss.
Meek Mill was sentenced to three to six months in jail over the weekend, stemming from a probation violation.
It’s going to be awkward the next time Meek Mill and Wale run into each other at their label’s office.
If you don’t already have enough Game of Thrones or GoT-related content coming at you daily, consider a new video from Puff Daddy and Meek Mill to keep you satisfied.
The track finds Sullivan’s powerful voice soaring over a mid-tempo beat and ghostly chant-like backing vocals.
“If I was a Clippers fan, I wouldn’t be one anymore. It’s that simple,” Lil Wayne has said in a recently released video.