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July 25, 2017

Meek Mill holds free pop-up show in Fishtown amid 'Wins and Losses' release

Last-minute tickets were only available to subscribers of the music streaming service Tidal

Meek Mill, a rapper and North Philadelphia native, performed a free, pop-up show at the Fillmore in Fishtown on Tuesday night.

Sadly, Joel Embiid didn't take his shirt off and dance onstage this time.

Seeing as the Fillmore holds some 2,500 people, Monday night's concert was far smaller and more intimate than Mill's sold-out show in front of 20,000 people at the Wells Fargo Center in February.

Videos posted on social media show Mill sharing the stage with hip-hop artist Cardi B and Offset, a member of the Atlanta trio Migos.

It looks like Philly rapper RecoHavoc joined the festivities, too.

The rapper teamed up with Jay-Z's streaming service, Tidal, for the pop-up concert series that included shows in Philly and New York City, as well as a Washington, D.C., show set for Wednesday night.

Admission was only available to Tidal subscribers, and those who wanted to attend had to enter a contest on the site for a chance to win entry.

Mill held the pop-up series amid the release of his third studio album, "Wins and Losses," which came out Friday.