Meek Mill performed in his hometown of Philadelphia on Saturday night (July 27) and had a special surprise for those in attendance: a cameo appearance from his son who rapped onstage.

The Meek show went down at NOTO Philadelphia, with footage of the performance being captured by TMZ. At one point, the Dream Chasers rapper invited his 9-year-old son Rihmeek a.k.a. Papi to drop some bars. The kid let off a couple amateur lines with dad looking on from the sideline.

"Get your bars up, man," Meek commented following the freestyle while the crowd gave it up for the pre-teen.

This isn't the first time Papi has been on a big stage. In 2015, Meek brought him out during his performance at the Made in America Festival, which drew a positive reaction from the crowd when he was spotted dancing on the jumbotron.

While Meek was locked up, Lil Uzi Vert brought the kid out during one of his shows in Philly. That time, Lil Meek attempted to perform his father's track "Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)" to the delight of the crowd.

Watch Meek Mill's son rap onstage during a show in Philly below.

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