Meek Mill took to Twitter to vent his frustrations with his label, revealing that he hasn't been paid for his music and plans legal action.
“i haven’t get paid from music and i don’t know how much money labels make off me!!!!! i need lawyers asap!!! Meek tweeted (and deleted).
"Ask the record label? how much have you spent on me as a artist? then you ask how much have you made off me as a artist? i’m about to make my record deal public by monday just to let the world see what these people on!!! ima war for everything that’s mines all ruthless vibes!"
No word on whether Meek is referring to his Maybach Music, Atlantic records, or Roc Nation, but Meek has said he wanted out of his Maybach Music contract.
"Expensive Pain" debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard chart with an estimated 93,000 total units earned, which marks Meek's fifth consecutive Top 3 debut.
Meek’s four previous albums have at least been certified gold, bolstered by the singles “Flamerz Flow”, “Sharing Locations” and “Blue Notes 2,” Meek’s new album is set to be celebrated in a concert in New York featuring Lil Baby and Lil Uzi Vert.
Meek Mill is back!
Meek Mill also announced the “Expensive Pain: Meek Mill & Friends” album playback concert on Oct. 23 at Madison Square Garden. He will perform the album in its entirety with star-studded special guests. Tickets for the show are on sale now!
Expensive Pain album tackles mental health, criminal justice reform, and leading up to the new album, Meek placed the album artwork across several landmarks and billboards across the country, including boats in Miami, buses in Philadelphia, murals and buses in Los Angeles, billboards in Times Square, buildings in Harlem, and trains in Atlanta.