Certainly, you must have heard Meek Mill was imprisoned in 2017 for 2-4 years, and you might as well be inquisitive about Meek Mill’s net worth in 2019. Well, in a situation you aren’t acquainted with him, Meek Mill is one of the most well-known American rappers and also a songwriter. His music career kicked off in 2003, and as of today he has three studio albums ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ (2012), ‘Dreams Worth More Than Money’ (2015), and ‘Wins & Losses’ (2017).
He has also work together with various artists such as Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, T.I and many others. Meek will be spending the next 2-4 years in ‘State Correctional Institution- Chester’ for ‘violating his conditional release’. Join me as analyse Meek Mill’s net worth in 2020 and also dig dipper to disclose a few things you probably don’t know about Meek Mill.
Meek Mill born ‘Robert Rihmeek Williams’ on the 6th of May 1987(currently 31 years old) in South Philadelphia, he was raised up in North Philadelphia by his mum in starvation alongside his older sister ‘Nasheema Williams’, after his father was murdered when meek was still 5 years old. His educational training is not well known though, it was reported that he did not attend college, but 2016 he announced his interest to go back to school in 2016.
In early 2015, Meek mill started a relationship with Nicki Minaj which persisted for two years. After the breakup, his ex-girlfriend Nicki minaj, released a song about the break up ‘it Regret in Your Tears’, and most of the songs in his last album are majorly about Nicki minaj.
Meek Mill began his career in a hip-hop band called ‘The Bloodhoundz’ which incorporated 3 of his friends and released four mix tapes. At that period his stage name was Meek Millz. After the group parted, he dropped his solo album ‘Flamers 2: Hottest in Tha City’ which debuted in 2008. It was highly respected by critics and comprised hit songs like Prolli, I’m So Fly and Hottest in the City. Following his success, Meek was acknowledged by Charlie Mack who signed him under his label ‘the Grand Hustle Records’. In 2010 he dropped his other extended play ‘Flamers 3: The Wait Is Over’.
The next year, Meek mill joined Rick Ross’s label ‘Maybach Music Group’ which propelled his 2nd song ‘Ima Boss’. He later team up with the likes of Dj Khaled, T.I, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Birdman to remix the song which was placed at no.51 on the Billboard top 100 charts. His leap forward in music was with the release of the song ‘Amen’ which was released in 2012 and was part of his mixtape ‘Dream Chasers 2’.
Later on that year, his series album ‘Dreams & Nightmares’ co-starring Nas and Mariah Carey capped no.2 on the Billboard records. It turns out to be one of his best sellers with 165,000 pieces sold in the US. Meek’s other studio albums include ‘Dreams Worth More Than Money’ and ‘Wins & Losses’. Meek mill also featured in joint albums such as ‘Self Made Vol. 1’ and its sequels volume 2 and 3.
Meek is presently the CEO of Dream Chasers Records which he started in 2012 and has since signed artistes like Goldie, Louie V. Gutta and Lee Mazin. He well ahead signed Omelly and Nick Papz in 2014 and 2016 correspondingly. Meek has also had a lot of endorsements deals with big companies including Whataburger and Burger King.
Meek Mill has been nominated in voluminous categories and has won the BET Award 2012, mtvU Woodie Award 2012 and also the Billboard Music Award 2016
As at December 2019, Meek Mill net worth is approximated to be around $15 million, his fortune is on a downwards runway as he is currently serving jail time. Meek Mill’s net worth fortune has been garnered through his music career. His ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ debut album recorded a total sale of around 1 million units, ‘Dreams Worth More Than Money’ albums sales is also recorded around 1 million pieces while ‘Wins & Losses’ has currently sold over 500,000 units. Other sources of Meek Mill net worth wealth includes his concert tours, and also brand endorsement deals with brands such as Burger Kings.
Bearing in mind now that Meek Mill was allowed bail after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered his release., much has been said about him, but we certainly wish him the best in the coming years and hope he is back for more greatness.