“I charge $250,000 for a verse” – American rapper Meek Mill 


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According to American rapper (born Robert Rihmeek Williams) known professionally as Meek Mill, he will drop his verse pricing to $150,000 under the right circumstances. He currently charges $250,000 for a verse.

“Every time I do a verse I charge 250k and up if you got 150k on sight and I like the song we can swap it outtt!!!!” Meek Mill shared on X.

Meek’s price appears to be comparable to that of his peers, per a 2022 Complex roundup showcasing the rates that rappers demand for a feature. In contrast to J. Cole, who denied receiving $2,000 per word last year and stated he does not charge for a verse, the Philadelphia native clearly demands a lot more money.

“Yo, bro, it’s just a bar, bro,” Cole said on Lil Yachty and Mitch’s A Safe Place podcast. “Like, a lot of my bars be really on point but that’s just a flex. I’m not gonna charge a na $2,000 a word. I don’t even charge na for the verse, I’m doing this shit because I’m inspired to do it.”

He continued, “I’m not charging n***as because, you know, I want to be on the song. I wouldn’t do that.”

Meek Mill continued to clarify on Wednesday that his contribution and value extend beyond the song’s position in the charts. An artist receives the chance to reach a wider audience in addition to a verse, which includes his tens of millions of followers.

The rapper wrote, “I offer data and fanbase opportunities along with mass marketing. I have 50 million followers with real engagement. Some of these artists need other platforms to get their point across.”

With all that dough, what is Meek Mill doing? It appears that he wants to add 15 acres in south New Jersey to his real estate holdings; most significantly, there are no wetlands on the property.

“Looking for 15 Acres in south nj no wetlands tho help me out,” Meek sent out to fans on Wednesday. Real estate bros it’s your time to shine.

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