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Meek Mill brings out Rick Ross, DMX, T.I., Jadakiss, and more 'friends' at hometown concert

The Philadelphia native put on for his city.

Rob Hansen // REVOLT

Meek Mill had another triumphant coming home celebration Friday night, performing at the Wells Fargo Arena in Philadelphia. Rick Ross, Jadakiss, PNB Rock, Don Q, YG, Nipsey Hussel, DJ Mustard, Philadelphia 76ers Joel Embid and Ben Simmons, Shy Glizzy, Tory Lanez, Black Yungsta, and Yo Gotti all came during the second "Meek Mill and Friends" show.

Meek started the show with a short skit of him and The Dream Chasers arriving to the arena on four wheelers.

"Welcome to Philly, we lit," Meek said into the camera. Minutes later, he was live onstage with a long red coat and black ski mask. "House Party" was his first record. "Monster" was a direct follow up.

While Meek dished out more of his signature records, he also delved into his recently acclaimed DC4.

Don Q came out for "Lights Out" and Jadakiss rapped on "Heaven and Hell." Kiss also gave the crowd "Knock Yourself Out" and Meek's "favorite" Jada record "By Your Side."

Rick Ross entered the stage on "Like A Boss" and also dished out hits like "Pop That," "BMF" and "Hustlin." Later T.I. delivered some of his raucous records including "Ain't About The Money," "Bring Em Out" and "What You Know About That." "The streets love you nigga!!!"

DMX would declare after a prayer that felt like a freestyle. X also hit the crowd hard with "The Ruff Ryders Anthem" and "What Y'all Want."

Tory Lanes did his version of "Controlla" and his smash "Luv" before he and Meek tag teamed on DC4's biggest song, "Litty."

Meek's biggest record overall, the title track of his debut album, Dreams and Nightmares, closed out the show with half the concert roster coming back out to rock with Meek as were the Philly King's friends and family.

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