Rap’s Top Loser: The Biggest L’s In Meek Mill’s Career

There was a time that Meek Mill was once considered a top-tier rapper. When he released his second album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, that instantly increased his stock. By nabbing his first number one album and crafting a radio-friendly record in “All Eyes On You” with Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown, it proved that he was a formidable artist in the rap circuit. Then, he got entangled in some rap beef and was swept off his feet by Hurricane Drake. Since then, nothing was the same.
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Meek Mill talks on stage at CRWN A Conversation With Elliott Wilson & Meek Mill event at Gramercy Theatre on July 2, 2015 in New York City

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See the Biggest L’s in Meek Mill’s Career¬†on the following pages.

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