Meek Mill has a really important message about the rap game in the industry Check out what he had to say in the post below.
Someone said: ‘I never understood this lol it’s the dumbest thing ever to be honest!’ and a commenter posted this: ‘I feel him , but his last projects were on fridays as well .. don’t speak the change be the change.’
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One fan said: ‘I agree but at the same time he the same 1 that be posting them billboard charts when he on the list,’ and a commenter posted this message: ‘I used to wonder why everyone dropped on a Friday.’
A follower said: ‘They always drop the same day back in the day it was Tuesday,’ and someone else posted this: ‘It gives a full week of streams and sales plus most ppl get paid on fridays sounds smart to me , Judy say u can’t handle the comP.’
Someone else said: ‘Damn meek do have a point I’m starting to see a pattern of Friday being released day for a lot of music.’
A fan said: ‘I realize that too but I drop my Ep on a Monday “Trust The Process” by Ms.Mia available on all music platforms.’
Someone else said: ‘@6ix9ine been saying this. Labels be buying their Artist those number ones. Meek is 100% correct. Drop day culture has become all about numbers.’
One fan posted this: ‘Man people will buy the albums of the artists who they support. It doesn’t matter if they all drop on the same day. @meekmill.’
Back in December, Meek Mill was praised by his fans and followers after making this charity-related move. Check out the following reports.
The Shade Room notes: ‘Christmas came early for Philly residents, thanks to #MeekMill and several partners! On Sunday, families stood in lines stretching across several blocks to receive goodies for the city’s youth. In total, the Philly native blessed the community with $500,000 worth of presents!’