After much-anticipation, Meek Mill finally releases his long-awaited mixtape, Flamerz 5.
Clocked in at 15 tracks, the Philly rapper tackles some of today’s most-popular beats beginning with DJ Khaled’s “God Did” freestyle, which he released the video for.
Meek moves on to his renditions of Quavo, Takeoff, and Birdman’s “Big Stunna”, Kodak Black’s “Super Gremlin”, both Lil Baby’s “Forever” and “In a Minute,” Gunna’s “Living Wild,” Future’s “Massaging Me”, and more.
Elsewhere, Meek freestyles over Future’s “Wait For U”, Burna Boy’s “Last Last”, “GloRilla’s “Tomorrow”, Ice Spice’s “Munch”, and even flips Survivor’s 1982 hit “Eye Of The Tiger”. Guest appearances on the project include Vory, Fridayy, Tafia, Yung Ro and Kur.
Flamerz 5 marks the Dreamchasers boss’s first release since parting ways with Roc Nation and since last year’s album, Expensive Pain. It is the fifth installment of his Flamerz series which he launched in 2008.
Meek Mill is also set to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his Dreams & Nightmares album with his sold-out “Meek Mill + Friends” concert at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Saturday, November 26. He also announced his next album. “My album coming in the next 8 weeks, says Meek.