Meek Mill has continued to fight for his freedom over the last year.
The Philly rapper has been dealing with the law in the most brutal way from probation over an incident stemming back over a decade ago. Despite losing appeals, Meek Mill has ignited a cause for justice when it comes to the unbalanced court systems.
Meek Mill look’s to continue his career going into 2019 on a strong note. During a featured piece, the MMG/Roc Nation artist confirmed that he would be dropping his fourth Studio LP on November 30th. The title for the project has yet to be confirmed, and no marketing has been pushed to the public’s eyes.
The LP will address his personal experience with the court system, and the need to speak on social justice. I’ve been writing myself since I was probably, what, 8 years old,” he told Vogue when discussing the LP. “I’ve been doing this a long time, so [there’s] always pressure to be better.”
Earlier this Summer Meek released an EP titled “Legends Of The Summer”. Meek is currently selling a variety of merchandise bundles, which include a download of his upcoming LP, on his website. No single has been released off the upcoming aLP.
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