10 Years Ago, Meek Mill released Flamers 2, the match that started it all

Meek Mill’s Flamers 2 | via

It’s hard to be from Philadelphia and not be proud of Meek Mill.

You don’t have to be a die-hard. You don’t have to agree with every decision that he’s ever made. But it’s pretty difficult not to respect this man’s grind when 15 years ago, rap DVDs like 2 Raw For The Streets could be found in any high school from Philadelphia all the way out to Reading and Willow Grove, and on them you would often see the beginning stages of a young dreamer chasing his dreams. It’s also hard not to salute Meek Mill when 10 years ago, February 24th, 2009, he released what his city would know as the match that started it all…better known as Flamers 2. Continue reading →


Just Announced: Meek Mill brings The Motivation Tour to The Met

Meek Mill at Made In America | photo by John Vettese for WXPN

Rapper, activist and Philly native Meek Mill has announced The Motivation Tour, which will take him across the US following the release of his new album Championships. The tour kicks off in February and includes a hometown appearance at The Met on March 15.

Championships, which is out November 30, will be Meek Mill’s first full-length release since 2017’s Wins & Losses; in the interim he put out an EP called Legends Of The Summer, which you can revisit below. Since his own release from prison this past April, Meek Mill has used his platform to advocate for reform of the criminal justice system, appearing everywhere from local rallies to national television. Continue reading →