Meek Mill wants to build new Digital Service Provider for artists

An American rapper, songwriter, and activist Meek Mill and other top rappers look to develop their own DSP (digital service provider) and music platform that they can own and control.

“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!” – Meek tweeted.

Meek also noted that 21 Savage would also will partner to help with the endeavor.

Meek further explained an idea to “maximize black wealth” where he can see a platform or tool being built that would connect to larger companies that could potentially reach “culturecurrency” – billion-dollar numbers.

Meek Mill already has experience working with Michael Rubin, Jay-Z, and more to create their Reform Alliance that is geared towards helping fix the deeply flawed criminal justice system. In January 2019, was created The Alliance, to “dramatically reduce the number of people who are unjustly under the control of the criminal justice system – starting with probation and parole.” In fact, in October they got a new law passed in California that will limit probation sentence maximums for misdemeanors and felonies.