Meek Mill hasn’t released an album since 2018’s chart-topping “Championships,” but released plenty of material in 2020. This included singles such as “Otherside of America” and “Believe” feat. Justin Timberlake. The MMG rapper also put out his “Quarantine Pack” EP last November, which contained the highly anticipated “Pain Away” single feat. Lil Durk.
Now, it looks like the Philly native will finally deliver his fifth studio album soon. Meek just took to his Twitter feed to reveal that the album is “97% loading.” As of now, the title hasn’t been revealed yet, nor the official release date.
The last time Meek released an album with Championships, it posted big numbers, as it was the same year that he got out of a six-month prison stint. It hit number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and was led by hit singles such as “Going Bad” feat. Drake and “24/7” feat. Ella Mai. Additional appearances included Rick Ross, Jay Z, 21 Savage, Roddy Ricch and more. It is also platinum in the US.
Check out Meek announcing the progress of his forthcoming album below.