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Meek Mill Net Worth

Meek Mill Net Worth
Net Worth$14,000,000
NameRobert Rihmeek Williams
Date of Birth/AgeMay 6, 1987 (age 32)
State/City of originPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Years active2003–present
Occupation(s) Rapper, Executive Producer, Entrepreneur.

Net Worth

Meek Mill net worth is amount 14 million dollars. Mill makes the bulk of his money from album sales, tour performances and music-related ventures. His studio albums have greatly attributed to his success.

For example, his album, Dream and Nightmares, which was released in 2012, has sold over 414,000 copies, earning him over $4.5 million. Additionally, his singles, All Eyes on You and R.I.C.O. went to platinum.

Mill also was a huge contributor to the Creed movie franchise and is heavily featured on the soundtrack. YouTube has also been a big moneymaker for Mill as he has earned more than $5.4 million from the social network platform.


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In addition to being one of the most relevant hip hop artists to hail from Philadelphia, Mill also earns money through celebrity endorsements. For example, he has been endorsing Puma since 2012.

After being released from prison, Mill has teamed up with a brand to also promote causes with missions which are close to home, such as prison reform.

Mill served as the executive of his documentary, Free Meek, which discusses prison reform. Since his first album debut, Mill has been involved with many projects off and on the screen.

Many of his investments and non-music collaborations are private, but their ROI are well documented in his net worth.


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Meek Mill, a rapper from South Philly, started his career as a battle rapper. He was then signed to T.I’s label, Grand Hustle. Years later, he signed with Rick Ross’s Mayback Music Group.

Mill is known for his highly publicized relationship with his ex-girlfriend, rap superstar, Nicki Minaj. He is also known for his feud with Drake, 50 Cent, Kendrick Lamar, The Game and more.

Early Life

Meek Mill (Robert Rihmeek Williams) was born on May 6, 1987 in Philadelphia to Kathy Williams. He has one older sister, Nasheema Williams. Mill came from very humble beginnings.

His mother grew up in poverty after losing her mother at a very young age. Mill also lost his father when he was five years old. He was killed in an attempted robbery.


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After her husband’s murder, Mill’s mother moved the family from South to North Philadelphia where they lived in a three-bedroom apartment. She worked as a hair stylist but also shoplifted to provide for her family.

Mill was close with his uncle from his father’s side who was a pioneering DJ known as Grandmaster Nell.

He was an early influence for the rapper. Later, in his teenage years, Mills started writing and participating in local rap battles under the pen name, Meek Millz.

He later formed a rap group, The Bloodhoundz, with his friends. When Mill was 18 years old, he was assaulted by the police after being caught in a convenience store with a firearm, leaving him with swollen lips and eyes in addition to a ripped braid.

He was later placed on probation after the police accused him of chasing after them with a weapon.


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Personal life

Mill was sentenced to a three-to-six month prison sentence for violating parole. After his release in early 2015, he started dating hip hop superstar Nicki Minaj who has just recently split with her long-term beau, Safaree. Mill and Minaj dated for two years, breaking up in the beginning of 2017.

In 2018, Mill co-founded the REFORM Alliance Foundation along with hip hop mogul, Jay-Z with a mission to reform the criminal justice system by advocating for change, starting with parole and probation.

Van Jones, the well-known activist and CNN host, serves as the CEO. So far, over $50 million has been donated to his foundation.

Donors include Patriots owner and Kraft Group CEO Robert Kraft, Vista Equity Partners founder Robert Smith, Brooklyn Nets co-owner Clara Wu Tsai and 76ers owner Michael Rubin.


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Meek Mill signed to T.I. for his first record deal. In 2011, he left Grand Hustle Records and signed with Rick Ross. His debut album was released in 2012 under MMG and Warner Brothers Records.

His single “Amen” featuring the rap star Drake debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Mill launched his own label imprint in 2012 called Dream Chasers Records, which he named after his own mixtape series.

At present, Meek Mill net worth is amount 14 million dollars.

Mill released his second album called Dreams Worth More than Money in 2015 and later his third album called Wins and Losses in 2016.


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Because of legal trouble, he took a short break in 2017 and released his fourth album at the end of 2018, which debuted in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100.

In 2017, he was sentenced to up to four years in prison for violating parole, but he served only five months.

In 2019, he released a documentary series about his trouble with the criminal justice system on Amazon Prime. The title of the documentary series is Free Meek, and Mill served as the executive producer.


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Interesting Facts

Mill has been linked to many feuds since appearing on the music scene. For example, in 2016, he made headlines when he dissed 50 Cent on several tracks.

During this time, Mill was on Rick Ross’s label who is one of 50 Cent’s rivals. 50 Cent replied to Mill with turning to social media and posting 22 memes.

During that time, Mil has involved with Nicki Minaj. 50 Cent said that Mill should “run and cry to his girlfriend, Nicki.” Their feud went back and forth as Mill responded by poking jokes at 50 Cent for his case with Ross’s ex-girlfriend and for filing for bankruptcy.


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Even though their beef may have only started because of his association with Rick Ross, it has developed into something more personal.

Mill poked fun at 50 Cent again on his song, War Pain, saying that he would get his Philly homies to hurt him when he’s not looking.

Shortly after, 50 Cent and some members of the G-Unit (50 Cent’s crew) responded to Mill at a concert. This feud added fuel to the fire to the Rick Ross and G-Unit, which had seemed to have dissipated over the years.


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  • Mill has often appeared in the news for one of his many feuds with other rappers, including Drake, The Game, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 Cent.
  • Nicki Minaj reflected on her relationship with Mill on her 2017 single, “Regret in Your Tears.” Since coming home from prison, Mill has made a conscious effort to turn his life around.
  • He has stayed out of trouble and been putting all of his energy into work and projects that he believes in that can help the community, especially his hometown of South Philly.

Favorite Quotes from Meek Mill

“Work harder than anybody you’ve ever seen. Keep the work in. That’s what I believe.”

“Big dreams turn into big things if you believe in yourself.”


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Tips for success from Meek Mill

1. “69 going up in s federal courthouse today kids! Message of the day don’t be an Internet gangster. Be yourself! Clout is not the route to get money.”

2. “Only the limits of your imagination can determine how far you will go in life.”

3. “Don’t give up. The beginning is the most challenging. Just keep going.”