Meek Mill season is upon us. After relaying to Billboard in late September that a new album would arrive in a matter of weeks, the Philly rapper has confirmed that the untitled effort will release at some point this month.
Mill made the announcement Wednesday night in the midst of a conversation regarding criminal justice reform at Georgetown University.
“The album coming this month,” Meek told the crowd, who broke out into cheers after hearing the breaking news. The discussion with Professor Marc Howard comes as part of the 31-year-old’s multi-week stay in the nation’s capital to help highlight the issues plaguing America’s judicial system.
The highly anticipated album will serve as Meek’s first full-length project since his release from prison on bail in April. The “Litty” rapper previously gifted fans the four-track Legends of the Summer EP in July. Look for Cardi B to possibly appear alongside Meek on a Bangladesh-produced track for the album.
Watch Meek Mill’s announcement below:
— Meek Mill (@MeekMilly_Fan) November 8, 2018
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