Philadelphia DA says Meek Mill should get a new trial

    Photo: ABC News   It's no secret that rapper Meek Mill has had his runaround with the law, but that may soon be coming to an end. According to USA Today, Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner filed paperwork calling for a new judge and trial on Wednesday in the rapper's ongoing probation

My Top 5 from Meek Mill’s ‘Championships’

    Photo: @MeekMill Instagram   What’s good CeeSoDope readers?   So Meek Mill’s new album Championships is the latest music talk in the world of hip-hop. The Philly rapper dropped his new heat November 30, with features from Jay-Z, Drake, Rick Ross, Cardi B, and much more.   According to Nielsen Music, Championships earned 229,000 equivalent album

My Top 6 Moments At The 2018 BET Awards!

  Photo: Wikipedia Thanks to Black Twitter, thoughts on the BET Awards flooded social media timelines on Sunday, June 24. While some felt like this year's awards was a snooze fest, I certainly had my favorite moments from the show. From Anita Baker receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award and Meek Mill performing

Meek Mill’s First Week Sales For New Album ‘Wins & Losses!’

    Photo: Billboard   Meek Mill's first-week album sales are in. Meek Mill sold 37,083 units in pure sales, and with streaming, he sold 86,623. This put him at #3 on the Billboard 200 chart behind Lana Del Rey and Tyler, The Creator. Tyler, The Creator, was upset when TIDAL offered free streaming

Remy Ma Releases Nicki Minaj Diss Record Titled “SHETHER!”

    Photo: Mashable   DROP BOMBS!   Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj are at each other's neck, but it looks like Remy Ma will win this beef.   Remy Ma released a diss record to Nicki Minaj over the weekend titled "SHETHER" over the instrumental to Nas' 2001 diss to Jay-Z, "Ether."   The record has everyone on social

BET Awards 2015!!!

  BLACK ENTERTAINMENT! Black Entertainment; We not trying to spell bet. The BET Awards 2015 was on fire this year with spectacular performances from amazing and talented artists. The show opened up with none other than Kendrick Lamar, who blazed the stage with his song titled “Alright” from his album To Pimp