Hailed by Rolling Stone as “one of rap’s few voices for the everyman,” Meek Mill is without question one of the most electrifying hip- hop talents in recent memory. The North Philadelphia-based rapper made his bones chronicling his hard-knock life on a series of stunning mixtapes, ultimately catching the attention of the attention of Rick Ross, who promptly signed him to his Maybach Music Group imprint.
Fueled by the breakthrough singles, “Amen (Feat. Drake),” “Burn (Feat. Big Sean),” and “Believe It (Feat. Rick Ross),” “DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES” – executive produced by Rick Ross – made a remarkable chart debut upon its October 2012 release, entering both Billboard’s Top Rap Albums & Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts at #1 and the Top 200 Albums Chart at #2. But it’s the instant classic title track, which has since proven a milestone, with none other than Drake hailing the album’s introduction as “one of the best rap moments of our generation.” “Dreams and Nightmares” was recently featured in an important new study by the American Psychological Association, which noted “the clear and insightful picture that Mill painted of experiences growing up in a crime and violence – filled environment in Philadelphia,” while also praising the gifted MC’s “ability to articulate the trauma he experienced and how he coped with it.”
After releasing several well received songs, including “B-Boy (feat. Big Sean & A$AP Ferg)” and “Monster,” Meek is hard at work putting the finishing touches on his highly anticipated new album “DREAMS WORTH MORE THAN MONEY,” slated for release soon. In addition to solidifying himself as one of the top rappers in the music industry, Meek has also become an in-demand brand ambassador for PUMA, having released several high successful styles of his own signature sneaker. On top of this, Monster Headphones, whose Meek Mill Edition 24K Gold Over-Ear Headphones are ranked among the industry’s best and Monster Energy, who have partnered with the rapper as a result of his love of dirt bikes, stemming from the Philly bike scene, which he is an integral part of. Meek continues to prove himself as a lucrative businessman, all while expanding his Dream Chasers label imprint.