Meek Mill Brings Out Rick Ross, DMX, Tory Lanez and More at Philadelphia Show
The show, dubbed Meek Mill and Friends, went down at the Wells Fargo Arena and featured plenty of hits being performed by those involved.
X got things turnt with “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “What These Bitches Want,” while Jadakiss performed “Knock Yourself Out” and “By Your Side.”
T.I.’s “Bring Em Out” and “Ain’t About the Money” kept the party going, and Rick Ross rocked the stage with “Pop That,” “BMF” and “Hustlin.” Meek and Lanez joined forces on "Litty."
Adding to absolute the littness of the situation, YG, DJ Mustard, Nipsey Hussle, Yo Gotti, Shy Glizzy, PnB Rock, Don Q and Blac Youngsta also made appearances.
In related news, Meek has been teasing his upcoming mixtape DC 4.5 for minute. Back in November, he said the project would be dropping "any day," but three months have passed and we still don't have the tape.
Earlier this week, he previewed another song which is potentially titled “Black Roses” and presumably off the project.
On the track, Meek reflects on the death of Trayvon Martin from his perspective. “Skittles bouncing off the ground same time the blood drop/And they wondering why we killing, shit I wish we would stop/How the judge gon judge me, when love don’t love me/My cell is getting cold and my future looking ugly/The mailman coming on the first, them kids hungry/Mommy on crack, daddy dead, them kids lonely,” he raps.
When will we get DC 4.5? Only Meek knows.
Check out footage from Friday's show below.
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