Meek Mill began his career as a battle rapper and then quickly rose to mainstream popularity. The rapper has come a long way since his debut album dropped in 2010. The Philadelphia-born rapper has now teamed up with WWE on a new range of merchandise.
Meek Mill has collaborated with WWE to create a limited edition “Dreams and Nightmares” T-shirt based on his hit song. The rapper announced the partnership on Twitter on Saturday, just before WWE Extreme Rules went down in his hometown. WWE shop is currently offering the bright graphic tee shirt at $27.99.
I used to watch smack down every thurs at 10pmest before they flooded our hood with guns and stuff. I had to sign out of watching wrestling lol…I used to love stone cold lol now I’m doing collabs with WWE that’s dream catcher!!!
Meek appears to have found common ground with the wrestling promotion. He had some friction with the franchise back in 2015 when he used the Undertaker’s theme song on his diss track “Wanna Know.”
On music side of things, Meek Mill released his fifth studio album, Expensive Pain, on October 1st of last year, featuring appearances from Lil Baby, Young Thug, Lil Durk, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Uzi Vert, and many others. Check out his tweet below.
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