Rick Ross protege continues his rise to fame with a new album on his own label, including the irresistibly confident “Been That”
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$25 for one ticket to see Meek Mill (up to $33 value)
When: Wednesday, July 22, at 9 p.m.
Where: Bliss Nightclub
Door time: 9 p.m.
The single that set the tone for Meek Mill’s career: the foreboding, darkly poetic “Tupac Back” featuring Rick Ross
Ranked No. 15 on Spin’s 40 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2012: Dreams and Nightmares, which was Meek’s debut on Ross’s record-label imprint, Maybach Music Group
What he’s been up to recently: making Dreams Worth More than Money, his sophomore LP, which was released on his own label, Dream Chasers Records
What AllMusic.com says about it: the record “swaggers with the utmost confidence, ferociously declaring its reckless supremacy”
Pitchfork’s take: “he’s rarely if ever sounded so airy, clean, fun, bright, and it’s a good look”
Check out: the triumphant, Ross-featuring “Been That” and “All Eyes On You,” which features Meek’s little-known main squeeze, Nicki Minaj