Meek Mill performs for the very first time since he's been released from prison last month. The rapper made a surprise appearance at Miami's Rolling Loud Festival, following DJ Khaled's set.
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In November 2017, Meek was sentenced to prison for up to four years because of an old weapon and drug case from ten years ago. Judges ruled that he had violated the terms of his probation, and this launched protests and debates regarding racial discrimination in the American justice system. Luckily, he won the legal battle and was released on bail.
On Saturday, Complex reports that Khaled introduced Meek by saying they were about to witness something "iconic" and "historic." The Philly-raised musician then whipped out some of his greatest hits, including "On the Regular," "Ima Boss," "We Ball," "Issues," "Dreams and Nightmares," and "1942 Flows."
Watch clips from his performance in the video below.
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