New Music Friday includes the back and forth between Drake and Meek Mill.
Chris discussed Donald Trumps turn to criticize Hillary Clinton, the latest on the indictment of Congressman Chaka Fattah, and the petition to extradite the dentist that killed Cecil the Lion, Walter Palmer. He talked to Chris Butler on Finance Friday about the housing market at 7:00 and Phillies Announcer Scott Franzke about the trade of Cole Hamels at 8:00.
Drake once again responds to Meek Mill, this time referencing a painful Phillies moment.
Meek Milly season indeed.
The rapper known as Meek Mill is being released from a Philadelphia jail after serving five months for violating parole in a 2009 drug case.
Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill is asking a jury to award damages for a traffic stop and arrest that he calls racially motivated.
Meek Mill delivered some awesome gifts to youngsters in Southwest Philadelphia.
Meek Mill has “made it” in the music world. Dion Waiters has “made it” in the basketball world. And both are coming back to where they came from, Philadelphia, to show others how to make it too.
Day one of Jay-Z’s Made In America Festival seemed like a huge success despite overcrowding, and long lines for bathrooms, beer and pretty much anything else. On the plus side, it was probably the most racially integrated summer festival yet, and therefore was more of a microcosm of America than most festivals. It’s hard to imagine anyone other than Jay-Z pulling such a diverse audience, or creating such a diverse bill.
The event aims to “embody the American spirit,” but many of the performers also embody Philadelphia’s spirit.
The city where America was made is gearing up for rapper Jay-Z’s “Made In America” music festival, which officials estimate will attract 100,000 fans to Philadelphia over Labor Day weekend.