Meek Mill calls out music industry companies
Robert “Meek Mill” Williams says he is now a freelance artist. After publicly castigate Atlantic Recordsthe Philadelphia-raised rapper also left Jay-Z’s Roc Nation management company.
Yesterday, Meek Mill took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the direction of his career. He also targeted anonymous people in the music industry who doubted his future success.
“Whether [you’re] a legal person who [works] in the music industry and never predicted that Meek was over… I want to place a [$10 million] bet with you under contract… Label Owners, A&R, CEO, COO, [artists]…I just found out you all talk like that…you all said I came at least 5 times,” Meek tweeted.
He also added: “And I do it from [the] independent side, no major vibes to do without effort… This is no joke, this [is] for the people who pretend to make the decisions in this music industry… They’re really washed up and trying to place themselves [their] limits on you and I want you to believe it’s neverrrrrr!”
Earlier this month, Meek Mill announced his signing with talent agency William Morris Endeavour. WME will partner with Meek’s Culture Currency to oversee the Master of Ceremonies’ progress in all areas.
“As an artist, I see us as part of the first generation that truly has influence and connections spread across social justice, music, sports, the movie industry, politics, business and the world of technology,” said Meek Mil.
The dear pain The album creator continued, “Taking advantage of this opportunity will allow us to give others the same chance to fulfill their dreams. Thank you WME for opening the door to build this bridge.