Meek Mill Explains Roc Nation Management’s Departure – Billboard

In the wake of BillboardsMeek Mill’s report broke up with Roc Nation Management, the chart-topping rapper took to Twitter to offer some clarifications.

“All I see today are the meek and rude parts,” he tweeted Monday (July 11). “…I am personally handling my own business so I can take risks and grow.. we came to that agreement together.” The rapper continued that he remains attached to the larger Roc Nation agency, including his contract with his Dreamchasers label, his work with Reform Alliance – a nonprofit he founded with with Roc Nation founder Jay-Z, which is set to eliminate unjust sentencing laws in the United States — as well as “many other investments” with Hov.


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In another tweet posted minutes later, Meek continued that he did not want his very public affairs with his record label Atlantic Records, concurrent with his departure from Roc Nation Management. “And the roc country is my family don’t mix my post aiming at the Atlantic mixed with roc or MMG… they don’t stop nothing I’m doing, we did about 100m together des mike and Hov saved my life b4 And put a lot of energy into it. I don’t support me in life with people I’m good at.

The rapper, who expressed his disappointment with Atlantic earlier this year by tweets part of the label “put nothing on” his 3rd Billboard 200 album, Expensive pain“And then said I can’t quit another project for 9 months at the end of my contract after I made 100 million for them… .. how can anyone survive… most rappers can’t say because they depend on these companies ‘I don’t.'”

Meek continues to roast the Atlantic on Monday, tweets that despite being signed to “Atlantic/MMG since 2014” while the label was under Warner Records, he only made $11 million “as a 100m.” He also reiterated that he “can only drop [new music] every 9 months the lawyer never explains it to me and they also remove me from all the festivals”.

While not overly thrilled with deals with his label at the end of the year, Mill said he’s confident he can recover, adding another tweet, “Fortunately, I have accumulated my money and resources, they will starve me…. Ima makes $11 million for a project…s— maybe funded by a bank or one of my friends! Let’s see what happens lol. “

Meek, who first signed a management contract with Roc Nation in 2012, no longer appears on the company’s website and has been removed from the company’s social media pages. Meek Mill Explains Roc Nation Management’s Departure – Billboard

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