Meek Mill Shares Opinion On The Decline Of Music Festival Lineups

Get ready, music lovers; festival season is almost here!

Rolling Loud LA is coming up in mid-March, followed by the highly-anticipated Coachella just a few weeks later in April. This is the time of year when fans can see numerous major artists performing together at the same event. But, unfortunately, many music enthusiasts have been expressing their disappointment with the festival lineups this year.

Coachella’s headliners, hitmaker Doja Cat, beloved rapper Tyler, The Creator, and indie pop darling Lana Del Rey, along with a reunion of No Doubt, playing their first shows in almost a decade, have left many fans feeling underwhelmed. Coachella is known for featuring some of the biggest music industry stars and unforgettable live experiences. In recent years, the festival has boasted headliners such as Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Harry Styles, and Bad Bunny, all at the height of their fame. Critically acclaimed artists like LCD Soundsystem, Tame Impala, Radiohead, and Frank Ocean have also previously headlined the festival.

Rapper Meek Mill recently took to Twitter to criticize the declining rosters of music festivals. However, it’s unclear whether he explicitly referred to Coachella, Roots Picnic, or Made in America. Fans have been debating the topic, but Meek never clarified which event he meant. Meek Mill recently appeared on the track “Same 24” on Fivio Foreign’s new album Pain & Love 2, which has already garnered over 2 million plays on Spotify, making it the second most streamed song on the album.

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