Meek Mill is planning to release a new album at the end of this month. According to Vogue, the rapper’s as-yet untitled record will be out on November 30th and and will address “his experiences and the issue of social justice.” The album serves as Meek Mill’s first full-length effort following his release from prison earlier this year, when the Supreme Court of Philadelphia overturned his controversial, heavily-criticized jail sentence. He had shared his Legends of Summer EP, which included the single “Stay Woke” featuring Miguel. Meek’s last album was Wins and Losses in 2017.
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