Is there a chance the two hip-hop stars would unite on a new song?
Robert “Meek Mill” Williams and Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter have been working together for numerous years. Jay’s Roc Nation management business represents Meek, and the two emcees serve on the Reform Alliance’s Board of Directors.
Meek Mill’s Grammy-nominated Championships album featured the Philadelphia native and the New York City native on the well-received “What’s Free” tune. Rick Ross was also featured on that 2018 tune.
Is it possible that Meek Mill and Jay-Z will collaborate on another album in the near future? Meek Mill shared two photos of himself and Jay-Z in the studio on Instagram over the weekend.
“If it ain’t me, it’s one of my guys.” If you’re the wealthiest person in the room, you’re in the wrong place! Go talk to some billionaires, I’ll be there soon!” Meek Mill wrote in an Instagram caption.
Jay-net Z’s worth is estimated to be $1.4 billion. On “What’s Free,” the 51-year-old businessman discussed his fortune. Jay raps, “I ain’t got a billion streams, got a billion dollars,” after setting down his ownership percentages for firms like Roc Nation and D’usse.
Jay-Z has appeared on DJ Khaled’s “Sorry Not Sorry,” which features Nas and James Fauntleroy, as well as Nipsey Hussle’s “What It Feels Like,” which is featured on Judas And The Black Messiah: The Inspired Album. Jay’s most recent solo album, 4:44, was released in 2017.
Meek Mill’s 2020 includes an appearance on Young Thug’s top-charting collection Slime Language 2 and YSL’s “That Go!” The Dream Chasers’ leader also collaborated on a remake of Miami Sound Machine’s “Conga” with Leslie Grace and Boi-1da. He also released his own track, “Flamerz Flow.”
Meek Mill and his Philadelphia 76ers teammate Michael Rubin serve as Co-Chairs of the Reform Alliance. In addition, Jay-Z is identified as a Founding Partner for the nonprofit group concentrating on probation and parole policies in the United States.
The Reform Alliance has aided in the passage of legislation in Michigan, California, and Virginia. Reform also teamed up with Memphis-bred rapper Mario “Yo Gotti” Mims to promote bipartisan jail reform in Mississippi.