Meek Mill Announces Release Date For New Album
Meek Mill has announced that his new album – since being released from prison in April – is due to be released this month.
According to Vogue, the album will be released on November 30 and will tackle “his experiences and the issue of social justice.”
The Philadelphia rapper also spoke about his mission to free one million of people who were “unjustly caught” in the criminal justice system.
“We started with a bold number, saying we’re trying to help free a million people, and we’re not saying free a million people out of prison. Half of these people are on probation or parole, or on cash bail and things like that,” he says of his starry executive board of a criminal justice reform organization headlined by himself, Jay-Z and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Meek also spoke on Kanye’s recent comments on the 13th amendment saying:
“I see Kanye said something about the 13th Amendment, but, you know, they say if you go to prison, you’re allowed to be basically treated as a slave. I was actually shackled from ankle to wrist.”
With all his recent trials and tribulations behind him, the forthcoming release serves as his most anticipated yet.
Over the past few months, the rapper has teased some of the possible artists that might appear on his upcoming project.
Back in September, he was spotted putting a Dreamchaser chain on Ed Sheeran’s neck, teasing an upcoming collab.
In early October, he and J. Cole were seen side-by-side in the studio as well. We’re sure Meek will unveil more information on the project in the coming days.
Earlier this year, Meek Mill released the Legends of Summer EP, featuring the single “Stay Woke.” His last LP, Wins and Losses, arrived in 2017.
Read Meek’s Vogue profile in-full here.
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