Meek Mill isn’t letting the summer close out without an official single for his fans to enjoy. Today (August 27), the Philly star liberates “Sharing Locations,” a svdominik, ProdByKJ and Nick Papz-backed effort that features assistance from fellow hip hop frontrunners Lil Baby and Lil Durk — both of whom add to the rockstar subject matter found on the hard-hitting cut:
“I got a lil’ bitch from the hood I call her, ‘Gang,’ she don’t play with that bae shit, I be fuckin’ this NBA nigga bitch, ‘cause she know I ain’t ever gon’ say shit, new contract big like I play ball, lil’ boy, I ain’t nothin’ to play with, I told her, ‘Pull up,’ she told me she can’t, her nigga be sharin’ location...”
The A-list collaboration also sees a matching visual courtesy of both 20K Visuals and Carter Vision, which shows the artists flexing everything from cash and jewelry to high-end cars and a private plane. There’s clearly more than enough wealth in between these artists and their teams to retire without issue.
We’re three years removed from Meek Mill’s fourth LP Championships, which saw 19 tracks with a slew of contributions from Cardi B, JAY-Z, Rick Ross, Future, Roddy Ricch, Young Thug, Drake, Kodak Black, 21 Savage, and more. More recently, he did bless his fans with his 4-song Quarantine Pack, along with loose cuts like “Flamerz Flow” and “War Stories” — hopefully, this all means we’re much closer to a brand new body of work from the Dreamchasers head honcho. Meanwhile, Lil Durk and Lil Baby joined forces for last June’s The Voice of the Heroes, an 18-track album with collaborations alongside Travis Scott, Young Thug, and Rod Wave — Meek also joined in on the standout cut “Still Runnin.”