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Dream Chasers Records: Meet the Roster of Rappers Who Are Signed to Meek Mill’s Label

Meek Mill solidified his legacy by starting his own record label. Here are a few artists that Meek Mill has signed to Dream Chasers Records!


Dec. 28 2023, Published 1:16 p.m. ET

"Dreams and Nightmares" rapper Meek Mill has made a name for himself as one of the most prominent rappers to come out of Philadelphia.

Over the years, Meek has signed several artists to his record label, Dream Chasers Records, including but not limited to the late Lil Snupe. Read on for details on more of the rappers who have been signed to Meek's label over the years.

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Yung Bleu at the Recording Academy Honors Presented by The Black Music Collective

A notable artist under Meek Mill's roster is Young Bleu, known for seamlessly blending melody with raw lyricism.

Yung Bleu went from humble beginnings in Alabama to being a recognized voice in pop culture. His trajectory is an example of how talent and the right management team can elevate a person's career.

He has worked with popular names like Drake and Nicki Minaj.

Despite his success, though, Yung Bleu has been embroiled in a few controversies — including assault and battery accusations and cheating scandals — many of which went viral.

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Vory, another artist under Meek Mill's Dream Chasers umbrella, is one of the label's most prominent artists.

The rapper, who was formerly known as King Vory, has released critically acclaimed collaborations and worked with music bigwigs like Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, and Kanye West. His artistic vision coupled with his versatility and undeniable talent make the rapper a force to be reckoned with.

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Lil Snupe

Before he passed away, Lil Snupe (born Addarren Ross) had a dream to become a renowned rapper, and getting signed to Meek Mill's Dream Chasers label was one step in that direction.

Some of his popular songs before he passed included "Right Now," "Ketchup Freestyle," and "Melo." The young Louisiana native truly had a bright future ahead of him but was sadly murdered shortly after his 18th birthday.

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Omelly is a street-savvy rapper from Philadelphia who has also found a home within the Dream Chasers family. His gritty lyrics and authentic portrayal of street life resonate with audiences who appreciate gritty, unfiltered storytelling. He also helps to balance out the roster, which has a variety of artists with different sounds and artistic abilities.

Omelly's musical journey has been marked by controversies and street-level drama, including gun violence and clashes with other rappers.

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Yung Ro

Yung Ro is a highly talented individual with an out-of-the-box flow and laid-back personality. Meek Mill signed him to the record label shortly after Lil Snupe died and the rest is history.

Ro's signing came on the heels of Meek's previous collaboration with Jay-Z and Roc Nation. Throughout his career, Young Ro has continued to put out good music and has released songs like "Tomorrow," "Special Ed," and "Savage Vibes."

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In addition to the mentioned artists above, Meek Mill continues to expand the Dream Chasers empire, further solidifying his commitment to nurturing hip-hop. The label's emphasis seems to have always relied on authenticity, resilience, and artistic freedom.

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