Meek Mill Says ‘Wack Music Will Perish’ In 2020

DETROIT, MICHIGAN - MARCH 09: Meek Mill performs during The Motivation Tour at Fox Theatre on March 09, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

Meek Mill Says ‘Wack Music Will Perish’ In 2020

The Philly MC shared his sentiments on the state of the music industry on Twitter.

Published February 25, 2020

Written by Danielle Ransom

Thus far, 2020 is shaping up to be a promising year for Philly MC Meek Mill. Meek entered the new decade on a high note with his first Grammy nomination, and  it seems his perspective on the music industry has heightened as well.

  1. On Monday (Feb. 24) Meek made a  declaration for 2020 that many music connoisseurs would appreciate . “This year, wack music will perish,” he decreed on Twitter to his 9.2 million social followers.

  2. The Dreamchasers honcho didn’t specifically name any artists whose musical output he’s referring to. But in a day and age where the music industry has become oversaturated, it’s likely that he’s generally referring to the current state of music. As Complex noted, his sentiments echoes similar thoughts that super-producer Metro Boomin recently shared on Instagram. 

    “I be hearing new music all the time and jus [sic] be sitting there like,” he wrote with an expressionless emoji. “N****s either don't really care anymore or I'm just getting old.”

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  3. Meek has also been gearing up to release his new album. In fall of 2019, he assured his fans that he was dropping an album. The project has yet to materialize, although the Championships rap artist has been teasing what he’s busy cooking up in the studio. Meek recently previewed some snippets of new tunes for his fans. 

    In Meek’s words, 2020 just might be “super different” for the Philly MC. 

(Photo:Scott Legato/Getty Images)


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