Meek Mill is dropping new music very soon.
In an interview with Vogue, published on Wednesday (November 14), the Philadelphia rapper confirmed that he's releasing his next album on November 30. Meek also revealed that Cardi B will be featured on the new project, and he even gave a preview of their projected hit.
Speculation about a collaboration between the two began in September when Meek and Cardi were photographed together at the Billboard 2018 R&B Hip-Hop Power Players event in New York City. A month later they were also spotted in the studio together, further adding to the Meek-Cardi collab rumor mill.
The timing of Cardi and Meek's hangouts — they followed her infamous fight with Meek's ex Nicki Minaj at the Harper's Bazaar ICON's party — initially made some wonder if Meek and Cardi had joined forces to annoy and/or seek revenge against Nicki. However, revenge or not, the rappers came together for what sounds like is a for sure chart-topper!
Check out a preview of the song below!
Also in the interview, Meek opened up about his mission to free one million people who have been "unjustly caught" in the criminal justice system.
“We started with a bold number, saying we’re trying to help free a million people, and we’re not saying free a million people out of prison. Half of these people are on probation or parole, or on cash bail and things like that,” he explained.
Meek additionally spoke about Kanye West's comments on the removal of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery. "I don’t represent what Kanye is talking about," he said. "I represent people on the inside, because I am one of the people on the inside... I see Kanye said something about the 13th Amendment, but, you know, they say if you go to prison, you’re allowed to be basically treated as a slave. I was actually shackled from ankle to wrist."
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