Even though he previously hinted that his new album would be a surprise — and therefore ruining the element of surprise — Meek Mill has decided to stop playing around.
During a new feature with Vogue published on Wednesday (Nov. 14), Meek confirmed that the self-proclaimed teaser is for his latest project that will drop on Nov. 30.
Elsewhere during the feature — and in an accompanying video feature — a preview of the Philadelphia rapper’s forthcoming collaboration with Cardi B can be heard.
Meek also touches on his work in the criminal justice reform space, detailing his plans to free one million people who have been “unjustly caught” in the system.
“We started with a bold number, saying we’re trying to help free a million people, and we’re not saying free a million people out of prison,” Meek says in the clip. “Half of these people are on probation or parole, or on cash bail and things like that.”
Meek has put together an executive board for a criminal justice reform organization headlined by himself, JAY-Z and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, a topic that he will likely discuss throughout his upcoming album.
Check out Meek Mill’s new Vogue profile in full here.