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Meek Mill shares handwritten ‘Expensive Pain’ tracklist

The album will feature Lil Durk, Lil Baby, ASAP Ferg and more.

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Meek Mill has revealed his Expensive Pain tracklist one day before the LP is set to arrive. The Philadelphia rapper shared a handwritten note to his Instagram Story on Thursday (Sept. 30) with the album’s tracklisting, which appears to include 17 songs and several features.

According to the note, guests confirmed to appear on the project include Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Kehlani, ASAP Ferg, Young Thug, Vory, Lil Uzi Vert, Giggs, Brent Faiyaz and Moneybagg Yo.

In a separate post on Wednesday (Sept. 29), Meek confirmed that Expensive Pain is finished and thanked his Dreamchasers Records audio engineer, Anthony Cruz. “ÁLBUM DONE. Shit super flames smh,” he wrote. “Shout to my brother [Cruz] going back to back in the kitchen wit me!”

Expensive Pain is set to drop tonight at midnight (Oct. 1). The effort will mark the official follow-up to Championships, Meek’s 2018 Grammy-nominated album.

Besides promoting his new album, Meek also recently used his influence to petition for marijuana reform laws. The “Dreams and Nightmares” spitter signed his name to a 25-page letter, along with Drake, Killer Mike, T.I., Ty Dolla $ign, Quavo, Dave East, 2 Chainz and more; asking President Biden to commute the sentences of all nonviolent cannabis offenders in the U.S.

“Whatever one thinks of other drugs and other defendants, incarcerating marijuana offenders in federal prisons is a misuse of our nation’s resources and grossly hypocritical, given that a clear majority of Americans oppose marijuana prohibition and about half admit to using the drug during their lifetime,” the letter read.

“It also stands against the arc of history and the principle of federalism: nearly three-quarters of the states have now abandoned the federal government’s blanket criminal ban in favor of safe, regulated legal access to marijuana for adults and/or those with qualifying medical conditions,” it added.

See Meek’s Expensive Pain tracklist and his Instagram post below.

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