News: Cops End Meek Mill, Diddy, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne & Baby's Grammy Afterparty Fun
Monday, Jan 27, 2014 7:17PM
Maybach Music Group artist Meek Mill had a mixture of dreams and nightmares last night (January 26) after law enforcement shut down his Hollywood house party following the annual Grammy Awards celebration.
Details of the wild party, which included exotic animals, have started to emerge online.
Cops swarmed the Grammy afterparty thrown by Meek Mill in the Hollywood Hills -- a party so wild it had more than a thousand celebs and actual WILD ANIMALS!! Meek rented out a mansion on Mulholland Drive and hosted Diddy, Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Birdman, Nelly, Jermaine Dupri, Bow Wow and many more -- but the bash was still going at 5 AM ... and that's when the California Highway Patrol stepped in to shut it down. (TMZ)
Reports also claim some partygoers had their vehicles towed by police.
TMZ sources inside the party tell us most of the guests were shuttled up to the mansion -- but others parked illegally along Mulholland -- and cops were towing cars as the sun came up. Hundreds of guests were stranded, wandering the street trying to get home. Still ... it was totally worth the hassle because we're told bottles of Ace of Spades were flowing by the thousands -- and he had a camel and a LION posing for pics with guests! Ain't no party like a Meek Mill party. (TMZ)
Before the party went down, Meek Mill, Wale, Rockie Fresh and J. Cole's new "Black Grammys" music video premiered online.
With the 56th Grammy Awards airing live tonight (Jan 26th), the MMG team delivers a timely visual release of 'Black Grammys' starring Wale, Meek Mill, Rockie Fresh, and J. Cole. The Tone P-produced song appeared on MMG's compilation album 'Self Made 3' released in September of last year. Directed by Dre Films, the 'Black Grammys' visual goes the black-and-white theme route and is mainly comprised of concert footage from the artists. Wale, Rockie Fresh, and Meek Mill all make appearances during their respective verses while the one non-MMG artist J. Cole does not. After the song ends, the visual runs for another 2 minutes plugging Rick Ross' forthcoming solo LP 'Mastermind' and his next single 'War Ready' featuring Jeezy. (Direct Lyrics)
Outside of the new music video, Meek Mill has started piecing together his upcoming sophomore studio album.
While attending the launch of "REVOLT Live" in Hollywood, the Philly MC revealed that he has recorded over 80 songs and collaborated with the likes of DJ Khaled and Rita Ora, who appears on a song called "I'ma Ride." "It's fire. Just know I'm spittin' on it," Meek exclusively told Rap-Up TV. "[Rita's] singin'. She's sounding very good on it. Hopefully the people love it when it drops." Timbaland has also lent his production skills. "That's the OG," said Meek. "Me and Timbaland always kicking' it for the last year or two, so I seen him one day, I was plain' some music for him and [Jay Z], and he was like, he wanna go in and make some magic. I was all the way with that." (Rap-Up)
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