Future wasn't about to offer his fans a one-man show Tuesday night (June 3) at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. The rapper welcomed a wealth of artists to share the stage with him as he performed songs off his new album, 'Honest.'
With his court case finally behind him, Meek Mill can get back to promoting his forthcoming second album 'Dreams Cost More Than Money.' On his remix to the gritty 'Chiraq,' the Philly spitfire enlists Chicago’s own Lil Durk and Shy Glizzy to spit bullet-riddled rhymes.
Meek Mill’s dreams to win his civil rights case against the Philadelphia police department has been deferred. On Thursday (May 1), an eight-member panel, of mostly white jurors, ruled that police didn’t violate Mill’s civil rights.
Meek Mill is taking a stand this week. The 26-year-old rapper was in a federal courtroom Monday (April 28) to tell a jury how Philadelphia police unjustly detained him after stopping his vehicle in October 2012.
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