Meek Mill Announces New Project ‘Flamerz 5’ | HipHopDX

Meek Molle has announced that he is bringing his back Flamerz mixtape series with a fifth installment coming soon.

The Dream Chasers boss shared the news on social media on Monday (October 31), giving fans a glimpse of the project’s fiery cover art along with a tentative release date.

“FLAMERZ 5 ‘promotional use only’ any day I choose to drop it, give me a few days,” he wrote on Instagram while sharing the fire emoji-filled artwork.

On Twitter, Meek hinted at the mixtape’s impending release, writing, “Flamerz 5 in 2 weeks.”

Meek Mill kickstarted his fan favorite Flamerz series in 2008 that helped the rapper gain buzz in his hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The final installment arrived in March 2010 and featured appearances from Black Thought, Freeway, Gillie Da Kid and more.

Although further details are scarce, Flamerz 5 will serve as the follow-up to Meek’s fifth studio album, expensive painwhich dropped in October 2021 and featured the bonus track “Flamerz Flow.”

The mixtape announcement comes shortly after Meek Mill revealed plans for a special homecoming concert in Philly to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his debut album Dreams and nightmares.

The MMG rapper will be joined by a cast of special guests at the Wells Fargo Center on November 26. Fans interested in the event can purchase tickets on Wednesday (November 2) via WellsFargoCenterPhilly.com.

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Dreams and nightmares was released on October 30, 2012 and boasted performances from Drake, U.S, Rick Ross, Wale and other. It debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 after selling 165,000 first-week copies and has since been certified gold.

Meek Mill also recently gave fans a taste of what he’s been up to by sharing a preview of one freestyle over Ice Spice’s viral hit “Munch (Feelin’ U)” on social media last week.

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