For consecutive years, Meek Mill’s Grammy weekend mansion parties have been the talk of the town. Now, the rapper unfortunately has a lawsuit to show for all of the praise his festive shindigs receive.
Sometime after performing at a sold out show in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center, Meek Mill and his Dreamchasers clique traveled over the bridge to Camden, NJ to shoot the official video for his scorching street single “Monster.”
Dreamchasers songstress Paloma Ford represents the home team on her new track, “Let Me See,” featuring the crew’s head honcho Meek Mill.
With Meek Mill behind bars, the remaining Dreamchasers artists have delivered ample music to keep the cliques name hot. The latest release comes from rapper Mike Davis, who delivers a track titled “4th Quarter,” featuring Smoke DZA and Yung Doola.
The Dreamchasers movement spans past Meek Mill, who may be the face, but is just one of many parts. His right hand Omelly also rhymes, and returns with a hard hitting cut called “DC Stamp,” co-produced by Certifyd and Pop Traxx.
If anything, you have to applaud Meek Mill for the philanthropy he provides in his hometown of Philadelphia. The rapper followed a successful three-day Thanksgiving event with a bit of Christmas cheer at a local group home for boys.