Knxwledge has been releasing his “Meek” tapes since 2017. The six-volume series includes the producer’s own spin on early freestyles by Meek Mill. Knxwledge is proud of his work. Fans might never see another volume after the latest developments.

Knxwledge revealed on Sunday that copyright issues are forcing him to remove his Meek Mill series. It is unknown who was behind the complaints that led to the strikes. Meek Mill has not released a statement on the matter. The rapper has dealt with shady record company issues in the past.

Knxwledge let his followers on Instagram know about the news. The fact that one of the remixes got more plays than Meek Mill’s own version was not lost on him. Knxwledge then shared a meme on Twitter claiming he made the best Meek Mill album.

“I’m not sure whats more idiotic. taking down music thats giving you more exposure or simply just not knowing what a f*cking remix is. n*ggas really copywrite striked a corner freestyle that i had permission to flip from videographer, only reason i can think of is bc this 1 remix got more plays then bro has in the last 10 years.

either way the meek series is over w. grab the tapes while you can. to all my heads keeping the raw remixes alive its only a matter of time till the art of remixing is fully dead. be safe, get a lawyer & thanks for always listening.”

Fans of the remixes can still find several floating around on YouTube. Several have already been removed. Meek Mill doesn’t seem to mind as he continues to try and be a positive contributor to the community. That won’t save these beloved remixes, though. Time may be limited for anyone who wants to check out Knxwledge’s Meek Mill masterpieces.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a new contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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