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Meek Mill’s ‘Expensive Pain’ to Make a Top 10 Billboard Debut

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Meek Mill has added another top 10 album to his name. His latest release, Expensive Pain, will arrive in the 3rd spot on the Billboard 200.

Billboard notes the album will move 95,000 equivalent album units in its first week. 10,000 of that number were album sales, while 82,000 were made up of SEA units, equaling 110.53 million on-demand streams of the project’s songs.

Meek’s Expensive Pain followers Drake’s Certified Lover Boy at No. 2 and Taylor Swift’s re-recorded version of Fearless (Taylor’s Version), which holds down the top spot.

Expensive Pain features Vory, Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Kehlani, Lil Uzi Vert, Giggy and Young Thug. Last week, Meek turned to one of the best tracks on his new album for his latest video. Grabbing the title track, “Expensive Pain,” Meek takes you on a private plane and shows the other fruits of his labor.

On the jet, you can see a few Richard Millie watches, plenty of jewels, and a ton of friends.

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[WATCH] Meek Mill On Popping Pills: If You Take Percs, You An A**hole

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With the advent of prescription drug use at its highest, rappers such as NLE Choppa and most recently Meek Mill, have used their reach to discourage young people from using and abusing prescription pills, which is now being dubbed as “the new dope”. Meek Mill recently made an appearance on A Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast with Gillie The King and Wallo267 and totally condemned pill popping, something he used to do before he smartened up.

Meek says that since the deaths of Mac Miller, Lil Peep and Shock G, he nnow has a “zero tolerance” for Percocets and the widespread of fentanyl which has claimed hundreds of lives around the country.

“That shit is fentanyl. If you take Percs right now, you an asshole,” Meek said. “You can die off of just trying to get high, kill half your brain cells in your mind just by trying to get high.”

See the interview in its entirety below.

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New Music Friday: Wale, Meek Mill, Polo G, and More!

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Heavy hitters in the game Meek Mill and Booka600 drop solo albums today while Lil Wayne and Rich the Kid dropped a joint album. Plus, more from Roddy Rich, Polo G, and Yo Gotti. New Music Friday This Friday, the streets are getting major drops for what we can expect will be a chart-topping week […]

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Meek Mill Wants Respect, Drake Gives It To Him

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Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is demanding the respect he deserves and former rival, Drake, is answering the call. Meek Mill Wants To Be Ranked With The Greats Meek just dropped his fifth studio album “Expensive Pain” today with some fire features including Moneybagg Yo, Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Lil Uzi, and A$AP Ferg. Apple Music’s […]

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Drake Praises Meek Mill Amid Album Release

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A few years ago, fans of Drake and Meek Mill probably never imagined a day where the two rappers would come together to celebrate one another on their success and make a few joints together in the studio.

At 12 AM, Meek Mill released his highly anticipated album Expensive Pain to which the Certified Lover Boy himself showed the Philly native some love and promoted his 5th studio album.

“PAIN GETS EXPENSIVE AT MIDNIGHT,” Drake wrote on his Instagram story. “@meekmill proud of u boy since the Bahamas cook up we were plotting on the next chapter time to eat.”

The feud between Drake and Meek Mill sparked in 2015 when Meek Mill stated that Drake used a ghostwriter to write his bars. After a few jabs at one another through their music, it’s great to see the two put the beef aside and continue to elevate in their careers. Congratulations to Meek Mill on his 5th studio album.

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Meek Mill Reveals Tracklist for Upcoming Album

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In true rapper fashion, Meek Mill has dropped the tracklist for his new album hours before it drops. The Philly rapper shared a picture of the album’s songs and features on his Instagram Stories. Meek Mill To Drop “Expensive Pain” Meek Mill unveiled the tracklist for his new studio album “Expensive Pain” in a hand-written […]

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Meek Mill & Lil Uzi Vert Perform On Jimmy Fallon

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Two weeks before his album Expensive Pain drops, Meek Mill and Lil Uzi Vert performed together on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Last week, Meek revealed the artwork created by the artist Nina Chanel Abney.

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Meek Mill, Killer Mike and Others Call On President Biden For Marijuana Reform

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Meek Mill and Killer Mike are amongst a number of rappers and athletes that are joining forces to call on President Joe Biden for marijuana reform. 

The letter signed by a group of more than 150 celebrities, athletes, politicians, law enforcement professionals and academic leaders was delivered to President Joe Biden on Tuesday, demanding him to issue a “full, complete and unconditional pardon” to all people with non-violent federal marijuana convictions.

Led by Utah prison reform activist Weldon Angelos, included signatures from Meek Mill, Killer Mike, Quavo, Drake, Kodak Black, Dave East, Kevin Garnett, Deion Sanders, Julio Jones and more.  In the delivered letter it states that the war on drugs, “has crushed many souls and countless futures, while spreading intolerable levels of mistrust and dysfunction between minority communities and those sworn to protect them.”

“The harms of incarceration are obvious, but the pains of federal marijuana convictions transcend prison walls, making it more difficult for someone to get a job, access affordable housing, and receive an education,” it continues. “A conviction can forever limit an individual’s constitutional rights and can put the American dream further out of reach for an entire family.”

It also references Biden’s comments on the campaign trail supporting cannabis decriminalization and committing to expunge marijuana convictions.

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The news comes as Rapper Ralo, who is serving an 8 year sentence for a non-violent marijuana offense, is among the people that the letter signers say is deserving of relief.

In a press release, Ralo thanked the Hip-Hop community “for supporting my clemency because it’s just not right that corporations are allowed to violate federal law and become millionaires while people like myself go to prison for years.”

“This is hypocrisy,” he said. “But I am hopeful that Joe Biden will honor his campaign promise and grant us clemency, without delay, so that we can return home to our families and communities.”

This comes as the administration is actively encouraging about 1,000 people who were temporarily placed on home confinement for federal drug offenses to fill out clemency application forms.

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Meek Mill Announces New Album “Expensive Art” With Album Artwork

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Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is set to release his fifth studio album, “Expensive Pain” on October 1st. Taking a page out of Westside Gunn‘s playbook, Meek Mill is starting with the artwork first. The artwork for the album was created by the artist Nina Chanel Abney. Meek Mill Reveals New Artwork Expensive Pain is expected […]

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Meek Mill Announces Release Date for His New Album ‘Expensive Pain’

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We are nearing Meek Mill SZN. The leaders of the Dreamchasters has announced his formal return with the Expensive Pain album due out on Oct. 1.

The new release is Meek’s fifth studio album, and the cover is based on an original painting by Nina Chanel Abney.

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Ahead of Expensive Pain, Meek Mill has released a plethora of singles. Most recently, Meek teamed with Lil Uzi Vert for “Blue Notes 2.” After shining light on their studio session, Meek dropped “Sharing Locations” with Lil Durk and Lil Baby.

In addition to being a grammy-nominated artist, REFORM Alliance co-chair, and rising businessman, Meek Mill is the recipient of the Nelson Mandela Changemaker Award.

PTTOW! (Plan to Take on the World) awarded the Dreamchaser at an invite-only community and summit for today’s most creative and inspiring CEOs, CMOs, and Icons, spanning 70 major industries.

Meek received the award at a private ceremony this past Thursday, where he was awarded for his work on the REFORM Alliance. In celebration, Meek dropped the “Mandela Freestyle.”

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