Meek Mill season is upon us. After relaying to Billboard in late September new album would arrive in a matter of weeks, the Philly rapper has confirmed that the untitled effort will launch in some unspecified time in the future this month.
Mill made the announcement Wednesday evening within the midst of a dialog concerning felony justice reform at Georgetown University.
"The album coming this month," Meek informed the group, who broke out into cheers after listening to the breaking information. The dialogue with Professor Marc Howard comes as a part of the 31-year-old's multi-week keep within the nation's capital to assist spotlight the problems plaguing America's judicial system.
The extremely anticipated album will function Meek's first full-length challenge since his launch from jail on bail in April. The "Litty" rapper beforehand gifted followers the four-track Legends of the Summer EP in July. Look for Cardi B to presumably seem alongside Meek on a Bangladesh-produced monitor for the album.
Mill throws his identify into the November album-release cycle, which is able to already function the likes of Mariah Carey, Anderson .Paak, Kanye West, 6ix9ine and Lil Peep.
Watch Meek Mill's announcement beneath:
@MeekMill mentioned it himself!!! Album this month ------ pic.twitter.com/NWsiYIejMM— Meek Mill (@MeekMilly_Fan) November eight, 2018