Meek Mill's New Album Is Called 'Wins & Losses,' Says Rick Ross
Meek Mill is toasting to his Wins & Losses. Hot off the release of his new single “Glow Up,” the Philly rapper is readying his third studio album.
His MMG boss Rick Ross took to Snapchat (via HHNM) on Wednesday (May 24) to announce the title and explain why he stands behind it.
“I love the name of Meek’s new album, Wins & Losses, because that’s what it’s about, ni**a,” he says. “You just gotta add up more wins. You’re gonna lose…But that’s why I tell y’all. Make sure y’all get it.”
Wins & Losses will follow Meek’s last two studio projects, 2015’s Dreams Worth More Than Money and 2012’s Dreams and Nightmares. Last year, Mill dropped his mixtape DC4 and he’s fielded rumors of a DC 4.5 follow-up.
Earlier this month, the Philly spitter also unleashed his three-track EP Meekend Music in honor of his 30th birthday. Up next, he’s heading out on the “Against All Odds Tour” with Yo Gotti, starting July 5.