Meek Mill has been pretty candid about his resentment of the major label system over the past few months. The rapper revealed he’s had issues with Atlantic Records, particularly with the lack of promotion surrounding dear pain. However, it looks like in the coming weeks he’ll be getting back to basics with the release of a slew of new mixtapes.


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The rapper hit up social media yesterday where he revealed he has ten mixtapes in the cut which he will begin rolling out individually starting in September. Additionally, he is preparing new music for the anniversary of his father’s death next month. Meek’s upcoming projects will supposedly be released without major label backing or traditional release dates.

“10 independent bands starting September,” he tweeted. “Releasing new music on August 18, the day my dad died, that’s when I start wylinnnnnnn again! I won’t be releasing albums on Fridays either!”

He elaborated further on Instagram, inviting sponsors and brands to “take the risk” with him. “Damn, I’m taking the risk…a million behind every project! Any sponsors connected to me or my brand connect immediately. I need y’all for this riskkkk I’m taking! #NOMAJORLABELVIBES.”

This should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Meek’s career over the past few weeks. He confirmed reports that he had left the management of Roc Nation, although he made it clear that there was no bad blood between him and the company.

“Everything I saw today was halfway sweet and rock… I personally run my own business so I can take risks and grow.. we came to this deal together.. I have a contract with roc for my artist and i have super reform related to them and many other investments with jigga,” he wrote.

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