Philadelphia rap veteran Cassidy has no problems with Meek Mill in 2017. The hip-hop artist has shed their past feud and co-signed the fellow Philly native.

Cass went to Instagram this week with a clip of himself turning up to his one-time foe’s “Dreams & Nightmares” record.

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Back in 2012, Cass talked to SOHH about trying to bury his Meek feud.

“I put out a record with Meek [Mill] called “It’s Me Again.” You can pull it up right now. It’s me and the kid C. Grand from Philly,” Cass told SOHH. “It’s just me, him and Meek on the record. I just put it out. We put a lot of records out back in the day, like, a few years ago. Me and Meek were doing a lot of records. I was on a lot of his mixtapes and remixes and things like that. But hopefully, you’ll hear even more music from us. I’m really open right now.” (SOHH)

He also discussed his aim to continue making music alongside notable hip-hop newcomers.


“I’m willing to work with anybody that got a huge fan base, because I feel like I can gain more fans from doing a song with that person. I feel as though I’m so creative that I can make a hit record with anybody. But I do like a lot of music that I hear and I like a lot of things other artists bring to the table so I am willing to work with them.” (SOHH)

Months prior, Cass addressed his previous war of words with Meek.

“I mean, me and Meek Mill have been messing with each other for years. But when you on one side of the world, somebody else somewhere else, you got a bunch of people in the middle, it could cause problems. People could be in your ear, make you feel a wrong way or different things and all that. That’s how it all got twisted up, from me re-tweeting something, it did get a little twisted. But we from the same city, we’ve got a crazy history, you could go on YouTube or pull up a bunch of songs we did, a bunch of videos of us together plus I’m happy he’s doing his thing because we from the same city and it’s good for my city. You know how people wanna see drama, man. They wanna see people going at it, beefing, fighting. It’s entertainment. I got access to him, I texted him, hit his phone, we talked about it, got to the bottom of it and it’s over.” (BET)