Since his highly-anticipated prison release, Meek Mill has been welcomed with opened arms by fans, former foes and many of his peers. From the high-profile support from Michael Rubin, Robert Kraft and the billionaire from Marcy to ringing the bell at the start of Game 5 of the Sixers-Heat playoff series upon his release, Meek is officially in a Championship stage in his life.
But to add to his list of feats, in light of the weight of his pending case, Meek has recently secured his second No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with his fourth studio album, “Championships.”
In addition to that, Meek also earned his first top 10 hit with “Going Bad,” featuring former foe, Drake. With “What’s Free,” featuring Rick Ross and the legendary verse from Jay-Z, which debuted the second-highest on the charts at No. 20, the Philly-bred rapper earned his first and second top 20 hits.
Now, with his first Top 10 and Top 20 hits under his belt, Meek also secured five Top 50 hits, including “On Me” featuring Cardi B, “Dangerous” featuring Jeremih and PnB Rock, and “Uptown Vibes” featuring Fabolous.
But overall, out of the 19 songs on the album, the rapper landed a total of 15 song on the Hot 100s chart, including, “24/7” featuring Ella Mai, “Intro,” “Respect The Game,” “Trauma,” “Championships,” “Tic Tac Toe” featuring Kodak Black, “Almost Slipped,” “Splash Warning” featuring Future, Roddy Ricch & Young Thug, “Pay You Back” featuring 21 Savage and “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies.”
Congratulations to Meek Mill.