The game took place on Thursday (Nov. 4), with Sullivan leading the way with a powerful rendition of the national anthem to kick off the night in front of 45,000 fans. Meek was next to take the stage as he performed “Dreams and Nightmares,” which was recently dubbed “the black national anthem”.
The Dream Chasers boss made the most of his time on the field as he gave an energetic performance of the song while dressed in a blue Phillies jersey and black team jacket. When the song ended, Meek was grinning from ear to ear as the hometown fans cheered him on, ready to see their team show off.
However, those two moments would be the only highlights of the night for Philadelphia, as the Phillies suffered a crushing defeat to the Astros, losing 3-2. Despite a valiant effort to take Game 5, the Phillies could do nothing against Astros pitcher Justin Verlander’s five dominant innings to give him his first career World Series victory.
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) November 4, 2022
The Astros now lead the World Series three games to two with a chance to seal the deal in Game 6 on Saturday (Nov. 5) at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas.
Meek Mill is getting ready bring his back Flamerz mixtape series with a fifth installment coming very soon. The Philly native shared the news on social media earlier this week, 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, helping him gain buzz in his hometown. 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.”