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Meek Mill Drags Atlantic Records For “Blackballing” His Latest Album

Meek Mill Drags Atlantic Records For “Blackballing” His Latest Album And “Taking Advantage” Of Young Artists

Meek Mill decided to no longer be quiet about his label struggles, speaks out in criticism of his record label, Atlantic Records.

The Philly rapper has aired his grievances publicly with his record label. He said he was “blackballed” by the label when his last album, Expensive Dreams, was released last year. He said he got no support from the label for the album.

In addition to that, a 9-month embargo was placed on his freedom to drop new music. It hurts him because they didn’t show up for him and wouldn’t let him release new music.

He also stated that the label has tried to put him at loggerheads with Roddy Ricch and Rick Ross.

Taking to his Twitter page, he spilt, “So look, I made Atlantic records 100’s of millions and let them rape me out Roddy a artist they came to me about in jail,” Meek wrote. “They still saying I can’t drop music until 9 months after my last album got blackballed.”

Meek Mill Drags Atlantic Records For “Blackballing” His Latest Album, Yours Truly, News, October 1, 2022

In another tweet that followed, he went ahead to write, “If I didn’t have millions, I’d probably do something crazy,” Meek said. “They outsmarting young black kids taking advantage and calling it business! Other artists speak up and tell the truth while you are winning, not when you are down!”

Below are the rest of his tweets on the same subject:

Meek Mill Drags Atlantic Records For “Blackballing” His Latest Album, Yours Truly, News, October 1, 2022

Meek Mill Drags Atlantic Records For “Blackballing” His Latest Album, Yours Truly, News, October 1, 2022

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