Meek Mill, the Philadelphia rapper whose most recent studio album Win & Losses which peaked at number 3 on the Billboard charts, remaining on the charts for 5 weeks, has had a long run with the law. Facing a criminal charge for illegal possession of a firearm and assaulting an officer amongst several parole violations––Meek has been stuck in the situation since he was 18. He has spent several sentences and much of his youth in the prison system, he’s latest residency starting in November of 2017. On April 24th, 2018, ten years after his initial violation in 2008.
He, Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, and Amazon have teamed up to create a mini-docuseries to depict the journey Meek Mill has taken not just musically but also through his tribulations in life. The six-part series, set to release in 2019; Roc Nation, the Intellectual Property Corp., and Amazon Prime will be busy producing and mastering this look into the famous rapper’s life, as well as shed some light on major issues. Meek and the team are hoping to spread the knowledge of what high incarceration of people of color is and how it affects the United States.