Meek Mill

Noisey News

Travis Scott and Big Boi Will Join Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl

Scott and the NFL will donate $500,000 to Van Jones's Dream Corps, but the rapper's decision to perform has drawn criticism from public figures who insist that artists should boycott the league.
Alex Robert Ross
1.15.19
power rankings

Noisey Power Rankings: 3 - 7 December

Almost everyone had good weeks – Violent J, Meek Mill, Soulja Boy. Oh, but not Tumblr. Tumblr goes down.
Noisey Staff
12.10.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Meek Mill Freestyling Over Drake's "Back to Back" Is Downright Triumphant

It was the Philly rapper's decision to open his 14-minute freestyle with the instrumental of Drake's 2015 diss record aimed at him.
Kristin Corry
12.5.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Nicki Minaj's "Barbie Dreams" Video Turns Rappers Into Muppets

After a chaotic weekend, Nicki is back with a typically zany clip for her 'Queen' highlight "Barbie Dreams".
Shaad D’Souza
9.11.18
beef

Man, It Was a Wild Weekend for Beef

In 48 hours, the unthinkable happened: Cardi threw a shoe, Drake and Meek made amends, and Kanye might have announced 'Watch the Throne 2.'
Kristin Corry
9.11.18
New music

Meek Mill Drops New EP 'Legends of the Summer'

Jeremih and PnB Rock both feature on the surprise four-song EP.
Alex Robert Ross
7.6.18
New music

Listen to Meek Mill's First New Music Since His Release From Prison

"Stay Woke", a Miguel collab, was first debuted at the BET Awards earlier tonight.
Shaad D’Souza
6.25.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Meek Mill and Miguel's Powerful BET Awards Performance

Mill performed "Stay Woke" in a hoodie with images of XXXTentacion and Jimmy Wopo on it.
Shaad D’Souza
6.25.18
Noisey News

Watch Meek Mill's First Post-Prison Performance

The Philadelphia rapper returned to the stage for a surprise performance at this year's Rolling Loud.
Kristin Corry
5.15.18
internet video of particular importance

Meek Mill Says He and Drake Have Moved Past Their Beef

In an interview with the Breakfast Club, the Philly rapper opened up about prison, dealing with trauma, and the justice system.
Lawrence Burney
5.11.18
Ask A Lawyer

The Only Reason Meek Mill Is Free Is Because He's a Celebrity

Meek Mill's release should be a rallying cry, but while we celebrate we must remember that millions like him continue to struggle on a daily basis with our broken justice system.
Jack Idlas
5.1.18
Premieres

Southwe$t Mook Is Rap's New Underdog in "First Day In"

The Detroit based rapper puts a spin on Meek Mill's "Dreams & Nightmares" as she details her own run-ins with the law in "First Day In."
Kristin Corry
4.26.18
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