Meek Mill put on a show Saturday (March 21) at his Homecoming concert in Philly. A number of hip-hop heavies hit the stage, including Beanie Sigel. “They done and sent my n***a to prison. They done shot my n***a. But he’s still back holding it down for Philly,” said an excited Meek to the packed house.

Siegel took the crowd on a ride back to 1999, performing "Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up)."  The Young Gunz—Young Chris and Neef Buck—came out to perform "Can’t Stop Won’t Stop" and "No Better Love," two State Prop classics.

Allen Iverson, French Montana, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti, DJ Khaled, Lil Durk, Fabolous and Jeezy also made appearances at the concert last night, which took place at the Wells Fargo Center.

Beans has been having a rough time the past few months, so it's great that he was able to perform for the crowd. The Broad Street Bully has been recovering from injuries sustained in a December shooting. Now that it looks like Sigel is healthy again, he can get to working on his collab with Jahlil Beats, Still Public Enemy.

Meek was released from prison back in December 2014. We were him in Atlanta and got to film the street video for "Ice Cream Freestyle."  The Philly product has been on a hot streak lately. He new single “Monster” is in heavy rotation in clubs on the radio. He also released “B-Boy” featuring Big Sean and A$AP Ferg. Throw in the fact that him and Nicki are allegedly dating and are going on tour with each other.

Watch the concert footage above.