Meek Mill is celebrating his Wins & Losses. The Philly rapper has officially announced a release date for his third studio album.
Due July 21 via Maybach Music Group/Atlantic Records, the project marks the follow-up to 2015’s gold-certified sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, and Meek’s DC4 mixtape, released last October.
“Wins & Losses is my new album and I’m just breaking down the wins & losses of my life,” said Meek. “It’s all about what molded me into being Meek Mill today and the trials and tribulations of my life that made me bigger and better.”
Last month, the MMG signee debuted the DJ Mustard-produced first single, “Whatever You Need” featuring Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign. Other tracks expected to land on the album include the Honorable C.N.O.T.E.-produced “Glow Up” and the politically-charged “Young Black America” featuring The-Dream.
Wins & Losses will be accompanied by a short film. Directed by Spike Jordan, the powerful visual brings Meek’s music to life with a “moving story exposing events often experienced by young black Americans.”
Meanwhile, select dates of Meek’s “Against All Odds Tour” with Yo Gotti have been delayed. The U.S. trek was originally set to kick off July 5 in Cleveland.