“It feels good to be back and free in front of the mother-fucking people, I want to say thank you to everybody that support Meek Mill. They tried to take my freedom. They tried to crush my dreams, but now we in Miami gloin’ the f-ck up.” Meek mill declares, as he took to the Rolling Loud Miami stage on Saturday to perform for the first time since his release from prison.
Midway through, he definitely settled back into the performance mentality cutting a track short to call out the sound engineers. “I need some sound. Whatever y’all do sound man, get that shit right. We can’t f-ck up tonight.”
He went on to lead the crowd through tracks like “I’m A Boss” and “FU (F-ck You)” before shouting out the members of the new school, saluting all new and upcoming rappers before inviting Gunna and Lil Baby onstage for a rendition of the former’s “Oh Okay.” He’d soon ask that the crowd to pull out their cellphone lights for a tribute to the late Lil Snupe with Meek’s “We Ball.” He’d perform his “1942 Flows” then invite Tory Lanez onstage for a performance of the duo’s “Litty” before allowing Lanez to go solo on his “Shooters.”
Naturally, we know what came next, before taking a breather by letting the crowd rock out to Tee Grizzley’s “First Day Out,” Meek appropriately led the tens of thousand of fans into the streets’ favorite anthem when he launched into his “Dreams and Nightmares (Intro).”
“That’s my time,” he declared before delivering on a final thank you to the crowd.
Good to have you back, Meek.
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