Flamerz 5 Meek Mill

Flamerz 5


Meek Mill releases a new mixtape, Flamerz 5, on the eve of Thanksgiving, clears the air between him and Hov, and promises more new music. 

Earlier this autumn, dosage MAGAZINE dropped word that Philly’s Meek Mill would be staging a hometown comeback (as if he ever left) around the 10th anniversary of his Dreams & Nightmares on the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Saturday, November 26, at Wells Fargo. You’ll be there. I’ll be there. Let’s celebrate. However, there is another more formidable gift that Meek had given to Philly, to everybody, in a brand new mixtape, something else he hasn’t dropped in ages. Flamerz 5 was released on Thanksgiving Eve and features Millie rapping over the beat and instrumental tracks from recent hits such as Lil Baby’s Forever, Kodak Black’s Super Gremlin, Gunna’s Living Wild, Future’s Wait For U, and GloRilla’s Tomorrow

Flamerz 5 Meek Mill

While rapper and friends such as Tafia, Yung Ro, Kur, Fridayy, and Vory contribute to this fifth of Meek’s Flamerz tapes, one true standout of the mix is God Did whose video was filmed by director Benjamin Carter and features Mill dropping bars inside a helicopter. Featuring Meek doing a freestyle over DJ Khaled’s single of the same name, the vid also features Wallo, Moneybagg Yo, Tierra Whack, and the late PnB Rock.

One long-awaited part of any new Mill song is his address of the situation with him having left his friend Jay Z’s Roc Nation management company earlier in 2022. A situation exploded in the press to make it seem as if Millie and Hova had beef.

To the contrary, Meek raps: 

When the teacher asked me who had raised me, said, ‘Them streets did,’ they underrated me, never paid me, but them streets did, who brought the billionaires to the hood? Gon’ tell you Meek did, who bringin’ real n**s home for good? Gon’ tell you Meek is, yeah, that’s ’cause my mama taught me different, I got people prayin’ for me from all religions, never turned my back on Jigga, and every time he talk, I listen, but I got so much murder on my mind that it be hard to listen.”

“This me basically doing 360’s and windmills in the layup line type mixtape lol🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥” Meek wrote in an Instagram post about Flamerz 5.

To go with that Gram, Meek also tweeted that his next album should arrive within the next eight weeks, which means right about New Year’s Day, 2023. Word also has it that some of the tracks he collaborated on with Philly rap brethren Lil Uzi Vert will be featured on the new Millie album.

Happy New Year.


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