Philadelphia’s legendary emcee and former Roc Nation affiliate Meek Mill, born Robert Rihmeek Williams, confirmed what seems to be two studio albums. The “Dreams And Nightmares” emcee, who recently performed at the “Rick Ross Car & Bike Show”, has teased a solo studio album with heavy features and a collaborative effort with American rap superproducer Vory.
Reportedly, Mill, who is the founder of the iconic Dream Chasers Record Label, tweeted and confirmed that he is gearing up to drop the follow-up to his fifth studio album “Expensive Pain” which will be a “top-tier rap album” with collabs from “some of your favourite artists”.
Further, Big Milli confirmed that the “collab” LP in the works is a separate project from his upcoming LP executive produced by Vory. The Grammy-nominated rap superproducer, born Tavoris Javon Hollins Jr. is recognised for his extraordinary body of work “Everything Is Love” by The Carters – the historic Hip-Hop duo helmed by Jay-Z and Beyoncé. Last week, woman emcee Rubi Rose teased at least eight rap records with the record producer.
However, this is far-fetched from Mill’s assertion in January where he confirmed that he will drop a new project every quarter of this year. His comments arrived amidst his distancing from Young Stoners Life’s Gunna after he allegedly “snitched” on Young Thug.
Meek Mill has fallen short of revealing any further details about the upcoming LPs. More on the story as it unfolds.
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