Last week, Meek Mill finally released his fifth studio album, “Expensive Pain.” This project was led by singles such as “Blue Notes 2” ft. Lil Uzi Vert and “Sharing Locations” ft. Lil Durk and Lil Baby. 18 tracks were included, with additional appearances from Moneybagg Yo, Vory, Kehlani, A$AP Ferg, and more.
Expensive Pain debuted at number three, on the Billboard 200 chart, on Friday. 93,000 units were sold, in its first week. Now, it looks like the MMG rapper is ready to put out a deluxe form of the album.
A few days ago, on Twitter, Meek said he would release an Expensive Pain “extendo pack.” This would included new songs for the album. On Friday, Meek took to his Instagram feed, to share a music video, of a new song, that will be on this Expensive Pain extendo pack.
Fans were feeling this heavily, as they agreed that this should’ve originally been the intro, on Expensive Pain. Meek is also having an Expensive Pain concert, in New York City, on October 23. He will perform songs from the album, as well as bringing artists who were featured on this project.