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Meek Mill

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Pennsylvania rhyme king Meek Mill carved out a lasting career as a rapper and producer competing in rap battles as early as age ten. It took him until age thirty-two though to beat the legal rap that plagued him since his eighteenth year. Once released from prison, small infractions on his part violated his probation four times, returning him repeatedly to prison. Mill persevered through these career interruptions to publish a novel, release two gold and two platinum albums, hit the top of the Billboard charts, found his own record label, buy controlling interests in other firms, and found a legal reform foundation with friends and colleagues that aims to reform the judicial system’s racial bias. In the Hip-Hop & R&B: Culture, Music & Storytelling series learn about the personal and professional lives of today’s hottest stars in the music industry. Read about their upbringing, families, passions, road to the top, and how each star supports the community by giving back. Scan QR codes to watch their most popular music videos and hear inspiring speeches and words of wisdom. Each book in this series includes the artists’ lifetime awards, albums, tours, and collaborations that have led them to where they are today.
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ISBN 978-1-4222-4628-3



ISBN 978-1-4222-7188-9




Copyright: 2022

Dimensions: 7 x 9

Page count: 80