Rapper Meek Mill recently released his album Expensive Pain and following the release of his latest project, his concert sold out at Madison Square Garden.
On Saturday (Oct. 23) the “Going Bad” artist pulled up to The Garden to perform his project with most of the features and the rapper/singers attached. “MADISON SQUARE GARDEN OFF THE EYEBALL NO SCALE,” Mill captioned a concert poster on his Instagram promoting his “Meek Mill + Friends Expensive Pain Live” concert.
According to USA TODAY, Lil Baby and Lil Durk came out on stage to perform their parts for "Sharing Locations." While Lil Uzi Vert showed up for "Blue Notes 2" and A$AP Ferg for "Me (FWM)." But, other notable artists on the album, including Kehlani, Moneybagg Yo, Young Thug, and Brent Faiyaz, were not in attendance.
On Sunday (Oct. 24), Mill headed to Twitter to share why the concert meant so much to him.
"Sold the garden out on my dad bday," Mill wrote. The rapper's late father was killed when he was 5.
Expensive Pain is the rapper’s fifth studio album. He hasn’t released a full studio project since his 2018 album Championships.