Knxwledge has lengthy discography that includes work with the likes of Anderson .Paak, Kendrick Lamar, Curren$y and many more, but some of his most potent magic can be heard deep within the realm of his Bandcamp archives. The Los Angeles-based producer’s latest effort, MEEK VOL 1, pays homage to the one and only Meek Mill. Related . . .
As he continues to build the buzz behind Wins And Losses, Meek Mill gives us a black and white video for “Price.” The video finds Meek in a studio late at night, before rolling through Atlanta in a Rolls Royce. Watch the Will Ngo-directed video for “Price” below.
It’s only been about two months since the first edition, but today Meek Mill dropped Meekend Music II for the people, seemingly out of nowhere. The project is a grand total of four tracks, with production by the likes of Street Runner, Papamitrou and Dougie. Guest features come from the likes of YFN Lucci and . . .
Meek Mill links with Tory Lanez to drop the official “Litty” music video. Supported with the concept of a multi-million dollar fraud case, the two rappers share time with the interchanging scenes. Watch the Spike Jordan-directed visuals below.
Underwear company Ethika has jumped headfirst into the music game with a mixtape called RGB that features the likes of Meek Mill, Dave East, Casey Veggies, Jahlil Beats, and many more. Ethika explained: This is a process by which three different colors, Red, Green, and Blue, are mixed together in order to form thousands of . . .
You’ve gotta hand it to Meek Mill. He hasn’t handled everything well, but he’s still at it. “King” is a C-Sick-produced banger that hits hard in the trunk and features some of the cocky, loudly-delivered intensity that Meek is known for. A lot of rappers in similar positions might have folded by now, but he’s . . .
Chicago’s Lil Bibby consistently brings that real, street inspired story telling. He paints a picture describing coming up in his city and amidst all the trials he crates a song that gives a feeling of hope on “Some How Some Way” featuring Meek Mill and PnB Rock. Listen to the JHolt-produced track below.
After releasing his long awaited DC4 project, Meek Mill has popped back up with a new video for “The Difference,” which features Desiigner and Quavo. The video features the three of them riding around Philadelphia in a car that’s probably nicer than the one you’re used to. Watch the video for “The Difference” below.
Meek Mill has finally released his DC4 mixtape, after what feels like a longer wait than expected. It’s truly been a rough season for the Philadelphia representative, but he hopes to rebound with the release of this one. The project includes guest features from Nicki Minaj, Pusha T, Tory Lanez, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert, . . .
“This only a stick up, don’t turn it to an ambulance pick up.” It’s never really over for Meek Mill. Right after attacking Meek with “I’m Coming,” Philadelphia legend Beanie Sigel comes right back with “Goodnight” to continue the onslaught. Will Meek fire back? At this point, who knows? Stream “Goodnight” below.
It’s amazing how many diss tracks have been fired in Meek Mill’s direction. It’s not over yet. Beanie Sigel, who originally took Meek’s side, is the latest to go for the kill with “I’m Coming.” This comes after Beanie aired Meek out on his Taxstone interview. Will the storm ever truly be over for Meek? . . .
Just as Meek Mill did, The Game uses Young M.A.’s “OOOUUU” to fire back at the Philly rapper. He also shows shots as Beanie Sigel and Omelly. What did you expect? Say what you want about all this, but you can’t deny that when the time comes to step up to the mic and go . . .
Over the weekend Meek Mill and The Game continued to throw shots at eachother and Meek finished the weekend by releasing “OOOUUU,” his audio response to The Game, featuring Beanie Sigel and Omelly. Stream “OOOUUU” below.
“The Meek shall inherit the Earth.” Intalekt used the SoundCloud caption to instruct us to play his Meek Mill “House Party” remix at a local barbecue, and we’re inclined to oblige him. The London-based producer slows down and smooths out the original, filtering in more jazzy, eclectic instrumentation to give off a much different vibe . . .
“Dear Lord, when it’s all said and done, I pray I’m forgiven for my wrongs, and when they tell the story, it ends righteously.” DJ Drama begins “Boyz In The Hood” with a prayer. The song itself features verses from Meek Mill and Pusha T, along with a soulful chorus courtesy of Ty Dolla Sign. . . .