American rapper Meek Mill is making his way to Abu Dhabi  

American rapper Meek Mill is making his way to Abu Dhabi  



The concert is set to take place on 26 November. 

Abu Dhabi is going full speed ahead with its concert announcements. As the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2023 races into town, the capital brings with it amazing artists. Now, American rapper Meek Mill has joined WHITE Abu Dhabi's line-up across the race weekend. Meek will perform at the mega nightclub on Sunday, 26 November. 

Meek Mill hails from Philadelphia, United States, and started his career as a battle rapper in the group The Bloodhoundz. He was signed by the rapper T.I, and released his debut album Dreams and Nightmares in 2012. His hit singles include Going Bad, Ima Boss and Tupac Back. He recently dropped a collaborative album with Rick Ross, Too Good To Be True. 

Over his career, he has been a criminal justice reform advocate. When he was 18 years old, he claims that he was arrested for illegally possessing a firearm and beaten by the police. He released a documentary about his experience with the criminal justice system, Free Meek. The series is available on Amazon Prime, and fellow rapper Jay-Z is the Executive Producer. 

WHITE Abu Dhabi's race weekend line-up also includes American rapper Ja Rule on 24 November and South African DJ Black Coffee on 25 November. The show will boast a state-of-the-art sound system, floor-to-ceiling animated LED screens and colour crowd-scanning lasers. It looks set to be a showstopping event, and previous line-ups have included Akon, Bruno Mars, Ne-Yo, and Usher.

WHITE Abu Dhabi tickets have not yet been released.

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