Companies out here taking advantage of young artists, Meek Mill is on your ass come the new year. The rapper revealed announced that come 2020, he will be “exposing’ said predatory behavior.
Meek Mill affiliate and Dreamchasers rapper Omelly was reportedly shot on Labor Day in North Camden, New Jersey, but appears to have recovered.
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.”
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.
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.
After a rapper establishes a noteworthy presence in the game, the next step is to put the spotlight on his/her team. That’s clearly the case with this surprising release from Meek Mill‘s right hand man Omelly.
Meek Mill drops a video for his collaboration with late Lil Snupe called “Nobody.” The visual serves as a tribute to the fallen rapper, who signed to Meek’s Dreamchasers label last year.
Sad news today in the DreamChasers camp. According to AllHipHop, 18 year-old rapper Lil Snupe was reportedly found dead. Details remain unclear, but the Louisiana rhymer’s death has been confirmed by multiple sources.
Meek Mill has a story to tell, as inferred by his recently announced novel Tony’s Story. Avid followers of the Philadelphia rapper’s Dreamchasers mixtape series should be familiar with the story’s premise, which is based on two songs of the same title.