Rob Hansen // REVOLT
Meek Mill has volumes of unreleased music in his harddrives with dozens of artists, both up-and-coming and superstar fan favorites, so the young Philly King says he’ll be hitting his fans off with tunes in about a month and change.
“We got a lot of new music coming soon,” Meek said on Friday in a locker room inside Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. He had just headlined his second successful “Meek Mill and Friends” concert with guests including DMX, T.I. Rick Ross, Jadakiss, Yo Gotti and Philadelphia 76ers Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.
Meek warned, “Niggas got 30 days to get their shit ready. I’mma say 40 days. We gonna jump right back in the mix. I was supposed to drop today, but it was a lot of clearances and issues and shit like that. It really would have got nasty. But I’m gonna give y’all a good 30, 40 days. Let’s get it. Us against y’all. We gonna let the music talk.”
The project will be the follow-up to the recently released DC 4, which was praised by critics and fans. It was released last October and featured collaborations with likes of Migos member Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, 21 Savage, and Meek’s former girlfriend Nicki Minaj.
“DC 4 and a baby,” he said about the title. “We gonna do every muthaf--kin' listening party in crack houses across America,” he continued, with a joke. “We coming to a hood near you. DC 4.5 The streets is talkin.' We here nigga, let’s get it.”