Meek Mill, 21 Savage are creating their own music platform

It will be a joint business venture with Lil Durk and Lil Baby.

Meek Mill is planning to build his very own music platform, alongside fellow rappers 21 Savage, Lil Durk and Lil Baby.

In a recent tweet, the Philadelphia emcee announced that he and his business partners are looking to recruit a developer from Silicon Valley to help “build us our own music platform [where] we can be [the] majority owner in.” “We will pay!!” he added. “We need top Silicon Valley steppers please!”


Meek said that they plan to kickstart the project within the next year. “we need some app options we looking for the best platform builders!!!! Tryna get started 2021,” he tweeted.

Later, the rapper shared more details about their endeavor, saying it will be different from the current streaming platforms like Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal. “we gone build something where we can maximize black wealth,” Meek continued. “we wanna build a platform/tool and connect it with those big big companies and eat and build up some billion dollar shit!”


This is the latest business venture by Meek, who previously teamed up with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation to launch a new full-service label called Dream Chasers Records. Prior to that, the rap moguls founded the Reform Alliance, an organization lobbying for criminal justice reform in the US.

Last month, Meek surprise-released the four-track EP, Quarantine Pack, which included the Vory-assisted “Middle of it.” The project marked the rapper’s first release since his 2018 Grammy-nominated album Championships.

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