Meek Mill has put his legal issues aside and has been cleared for an upcoming tour of Canada.
Representatives for the rapper confirmed that Meek will be hitting the road for his first headlining tour of Canada starting on February 20.
The rapper will perform four dates starting in Montreal, before winding down the tour in Vancouver, on February 24
In December of 2012, Meek Mill was forced to scrap a tour in Africa, when a Philadelphia judge ruled that he had violated the terms of his probation for a 2008 gun/drug conviction.
In related news, Meek Mill also launched his first app today (January 23), to complement his hit album Dreams and Nightmares.
Meek Mill teamed up with Israeli-based company Conduit to releases the app, which features “Meekstagram” streaming music, concerts, merchandise and all things Meek Mill.