Updated: Feb 24
Written by: Khalif Thompson
Meek Mill has been hidden from public view. Since the release of his Expensive Pain album in 2021, the rapper has received a lot of controversy for the album's artwork.
Many people thought the rapper was showcasing African American ladies in a derogatory manner. Kehlani, Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Asap Ferg, and others contributed verses to the 18-track CD.
The rapper appears to be gearing up to unleash a new record, but this time he intends to do things a little differently than normal.
Meek Mill said on Twitter that he will release new songs without the help of a big record company, with the purpose of reinvesting his revenues in his hometown of Philadelphia.
“No major label …. So every time I make real money off music … ima invest a million in my hood… off the flow! Pay attention ‘real steppa shit,'” he tweeted.
Many were wondering how Meek could execute such a plan, before he revealed that he plans to use NTfs to drop the new heat.
“What platform with block chain ready for music …. I may do one platform for my music ?????? Serious question??? Sandbox, opensea ?????” he continued.
Spectators ask could this be the new way artists release music to fans?
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