Meek Mill is about to explore his Wins & Losses on his upcoming third album, which is set for release this year. But before he does so, the Maybach Music Group MC revealed what the LP means to him.
“I’m just breaking down the wins and losses of my life,” he said, “what molded me to being Meek Mill, the trials and tribulations of my life that made me as strong as I am today.”
In the exclusive clip, which is part of Spotify’s RapCaviar playlist, Meek expounds on this theme. “I’m still trying to find the definition of a win and a loss,” he continued. Reflecting on life, he explained how losing his protégé Lil Snupe at the age of 18 was a true loss.
“When I got my first deal, signed with Rozay, that was a win,” he added. “When I lost my freedom and caught my case, it was kind of like a win too. The judge put me through a lot, sent me back and forth to jail, but it taught me a lot. It started out as a loss but I turned it into a win. So it’s all about how you looking at this shit because I feel like I’m dreaming. You can’t make me feel like I’m losing. That’s why, through all this shit, I always stayed chin up.”
Plus, Meek shared some new rhymes with an a cappella performance about wins, losses, and a certain woman. “Tell me I’m losing, what do you mean?” he raps. “Westbrook, baby, no switching teams / Drop a triple double every time I’m on the scene / I won’t claim that bitch, that’s Billie Jean / She’s not my lover / Lethal weapon, Danny Glover / O.J. style when I cut her.”
Mill is coming off the release of his motivational anthem “Glow Up” and his Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single “Whatever You Need.” He’s also preparing to launch his “Against All Odds Tour” with Yo Gotti next month.