The digital streaming service will serve as a new platform that will support artists and hopes to maximise “black wealth”. Meek Mill took on to social media announcing the help of people who work in Silicon Valley to assist in creating the company.
Meek Mill made the announcement on Twitter writing: “Me lil baby Durkio tryna get somebody in Silicon Valley to build us our own music platform we can be majority owner in! We will pay!! We need top Silicon Valley steppers please! 21 gone link in too we need some app options we looking for the best platform builders!!!! Tryna get started 2021.”
The day after, he provides more information regarding the new platform in a tweet saying “[W]e gone start something and donate a % to the people we make money from! We waiting on production now! #culturecurrency coming full blast!!!”
He adds: “Respectfully to Spotify too we get millions with them one of my biggest platforms I sell on! We need their help too… but we gone build something where we can maximize black wealth and we not gone fail by any means “we got a real backing behind us” let’s get it.”
We not even trying to build the same thing as Spotify …tidal … apple we wanna build a platform/tool and connect it with those big big companies and eat and build up some billion dollar shit! If you a big rapper that sale a lot snd got a lot of influence rap in for %
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) December 26, 2020
Meek Mill is no stranger in launching businesses, nearly two years ago, he teamed up with Jay-Z, Michael Rubin, and others to create the REFORM Alliance, an organization aimed at correcting issues within the criminal justice system.
There is no word on exactly when this platform is set to launch, stay tuned for updates!