Meek Mill Gets Dapper In “Save Me” Video

Meek Mill gets dapper up for his new video “Save Me” off his new album Wins & Losses, in stores and online now.

The album debut at number three on the Billboard 200 album chart and sold 102,000 album-equivalent units in the first week. “Save Me” is just the latest in a series of visuals from Meek Mill from this project as he looks to push it further and finish the year strong. There are still more visuals to come but in the mean time enjoy this one below.

In one scene, Meek and his crew stand in front of a corner store while donning a tuxedo. There is another scene in the Ngo-directed cut which shows the rapper walking through the hallways of a school before performing in front a large crowd in his hometown of Philadelphia. Meek Mill is also prepping his fans for the deluxe version of the album Wins & Losses which will include a few mores songs. The album is currently at number twenty on the 200 chart so maybe this additional release will breathe some new life into the project. The deluxe version will likely come on September 9.

Despite his breakup with Nicki Minaj earlier this year, Meek has been having a great year with a slew of new music, an album and some big performances including last weekend’s Made in America festival.


Meek Mill Says Nicki Minaj Breakup Is A Loss But Drake Beef Is A Win

Two of the main persons that came up when Meek Mill does any interview about his new album Wins & Losses are Nicki Minaj and Drake.

Back in 2015, Meek Mill famous started a beef with Drake on Twitter that spawned the now classic diss record “Back To Back” from Drake. An overwhelming amount of hip hop fans thinks that the Philly rapper took a big L in that beef. Fast forward to December 2016, Meek Mill had a bitter breakup with Nicki Minaj and again a lot of folks in hip hop thinks that he took another L, and now he is agreeing with that assessment, but not the Drake one.

Speaking with Power 99, Meek said that it was a win for him when he beefed with Drake. His argument is that the beef cause a lot of people to leave from around him and now he realized that those people needed to go, so he is happy that they were removed. “It’s always a win,” Meek said. “There was a lot of people around me before that. They thought it slowed down a little bit. I’m spending cake on these dudes left and right. We going 5-star everything. Foreign everything. The minute it looked like it slowed down, I was in the studio with 3-4 people. Had to hustle and get it back, so I needed to remove them. I won. It made me into a monster. They put my back against the wall…It helped me turn into the next level. I was too comfortable. I had Nicki.”

Regarding the Nicki Minaj breakup, Meek Mill says that was a loss because he loved her and has always wanted her his whole life. “Breaking up with anybody you love is a loss,” he added. Meek Mill also spoke about his recent feud with Miami rapper Trick Daddy who went on Instagram and pretty much bans the Philly rapper from going back to Miami, a place he called his city.


Meek Mill Says “Wins & Losses” Is Not About Drake & Nicki Minaj Beef

Meek Mill says his new album Wins & Losses has nothing to do with his beef with Drake and Nicki Minaj.

The album title gave the impression that Meek Mill is addressing the Ls he received from the feud with Drake and his bitter split with Nicki Minaj, but the Philly MC is saying that the project has nothing to do with those two incidents nor those individuals. The Dreamchasers rapper sat down for a candid interview with DJ Holiday in Atlanta yesterday where he opened up about a number of topics including his recent encounter with Safaree Samuels, the meaning of the album title and more.

“I’m letting the people know how I feel right now,” Meek Mill said(via XXL). “I just wanted to give people a real perspective of my life, what we call wins and what we call losses. I lost my case, we lost Lil Snupe, Chino lost his brother. Where we come from, that’s a loss.” Meek also said that the Ls that folks are talking about on social media like his beef with Drake is not the Ls that he is rapping about on the album.

“When you talk L’s and W’s, you get an L, that mean you got life in jail,” he added. “It’s critical, it ain’t what they talking about, so I wanted to give my perspective on it, let people know what I’ve been through.” Pretty much Meek Mill is sounding like he is completely over the Drake beef and the Nicki Minaj breakup and feels like rapping about his late affiliate Lil Snupe is much more important that addressing those old feuds. He also hinted that he would be addressing his legal troubles on the album. You can remember last year he served time on house arrest for probation violation.

Leading up to the album release tonight, Meek Mill has released chapters one through to three of the Wins And Losses Movie on YouTube. Each chapter tells a different story inspired by true events.