His first album in three years will come next month
Meek Mill has announced the details of his fifth studio album ‘Expansive Pain’ – his first album in three years.
The rapper’s last full-length came in the form of 2018’s “Championship”, although he has since shared the 2020 EP “Quarantine Pack”, as well as freestyle and a series of singles.
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Two of those singles – “Sharing Locations” and “Blue Notes 2”, both released this year – will feature on “Expansive Pain”.
The album will be released on October 1 and comes with artwork based on an original painting by artist Nina Chanel Abney. Mill shared a video of the artwork being put together on Instagram — check it out now below.
The full tracklist for the record is yet to be confirmed, but as well as the aforementioned single, the album will feature the bonus track ‘Flamerz Flow’.
Last night (September 14), Mill filmed a new music video with Giggs at Peckham. The two rappers performed at London’s Wireless Festival last weekend, before teaming up to record scenes for their yet-to-be-released collaboration.
Both actors shared photos from the shoot on their Instagram pages, with the American star captioning their post: “Grimmy, Thirsty, Starving and Hungry London Latenight!”
In 2019, Mill announces Giggs as his favorite UK rapper. “Have gigs,” he answered a fan’s question about his favorite. “I need some new UK waves to put me on the new UK artist”[s]… I need a UK artist on Dreamchasers, he should be official and Fia too.”