In 2021, Meek Mill spoke about the issues he had with major labels and the music industry, with the rapper even giving advice to Rowdy Rebel following label troubles the young rapper was having. Now, Meek has revealed his next album won’t be released through any major label.

The rapper hopped on Twitter and said, “No major label …. So every time I make real money off music … ima invest a million in my hood… off the flow! Pay attention 'real steppa s**t.’” Meek didn’t stop there, though, as he revealed he wants to drop his music through platforms that are block chain ready. “What platform with block chain ready for music …. I may do one platform for my music ?????? Serious question??? Sandbox, opensea ?????,” said Meek. News of this comes as the rapper is gearing up to release another mixtape, ‘Dream Chasers 5.’ Stay tuned for more updates.