Meek Mill “Flamers 2″ Mixtape Download & Stream
Meek Mill releases his 4th Official Mixtape, Flamers 2, Hosted by DJ Difference. The 26-track tape Features guest spots from B.o.B, Nitty, Oschino, K. Smith, Ar-Ab, Bump J, Gillie Da Kid, Peedi Crakk and more.
Robert Williams (born May 6, 1987), better known by his stage name Meek Mill, is an American hip hop recording artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was briefly signed to Atlanta rapper T.I.‘s record label Grand Hustle and in February 2011 signed to Miami-based rapper Rick Ross‘ Maybach Music Group imprint.
After releasing several mixtapes early in his career, Meek Mill released his debut album Dreams and Nightmares in 2012, under Maybach Music Group and Warner Bros.. The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200, preceded by the singles “Amen“, “Burn” and “Young & Gettin’ It“.
Meek Mill, along with three of his friends, formed a rap group and called themselves The Bloodhoundz. The group lasted long enough to release four mixtapes. Meek Mill sharpened his rhyming skills alongside his rap group, Bloodhoundz, but quickly realized that belittling opponents generates YouTube clicks, but not airplay. The then-cornrowed wordsmith instead focused on hooks that could capture both the party scene and the streets. “Artists here have been groomed to be more aggressive. Nobody really has style,” said Mill’s longtime engineer Melvin “Rug” Carter, who’s worked with everyone from Eve to State Property. “As I watched him develop, I gave Meek the advice of slowing down and giving more conversation.”
In 2008, Meek Mill released his fourth mixtape, Flamers 2: Hottest in tha City, which spawned his promotional singles, “I’m So Fly“, “Prolli” and “Hottest in the City“. Upon release of Flamerz 2, it caught the attention of Charlie Mack, Founder and President of 215Aphillyated Records. Mack was so impressed with Meek Mill, that he immediately signed him to his management company. During that same year, Meek Mill also met the founder and owner of Grand Hustle Records, fellow rapper T.I.. The Atlanta-based rapper was so impressed by Mill that he offered him an opportunity to travel to Los Angeles, to meet with him along with Warner Bros. Records; within one week both record companies offered him a deal. Although he was offered other record deals, Meek Mill felt collaborating with T.I. was an opportunity of a lifetime and chose his label. Just when things were starting to look up for Meek Mill, a record deal and the chance to work with T.I., a set back occurred. He was arrested, charged with a crime and ordered to serve seven months in jail. Meek Mill was released from jail in early 2009. Due to Mill‘s and label-boss T.I.‘s respective legal troubles, Meek Mill was never able to release an album under Grand Hustle and they parted ways in 2010.
The Meek Mill Flamers 2 is a must listen for any Meek Mill or Philly hip hop fan. The mixtape is a 215Aphillyated/Grand Hustle masterpiece that is hosted by DJ Difference. There are 26 tracks total on this tape and every one of them are a 215 certified track. The overall content of Flamers 2 is fire and Meek Mill still delivers his fire punchlines and methaphors that quite literally rapes these beats. Follow on Twitter @MeekMill @djdifference215 @MedievalBeatz Buy Beats Online
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