Meek Mill has that successful feeling. The Philly rapper and activist simply dropped Championships, his first full-length album since his well-publicized launch from jail earlier this yr, courtesy of Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Running to 18-tracks, Championships incorporates a roll name of hip-hop’s best, from Drake (“Going Bad”), JAY-Z, Rick Ross ("What's Free”) and plenty of extra.
The album isn’t only a comeback, it’s a meditation on “beating poverty, beating racism, beating the system, beating gun violence and beating the streets,” Meek instructed Ebro Darden at Beats 1
Championships consists of the previously-released works “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies” and “Uptown Vibes” and, sticking to the sports activities theme, it’s Meek’s first LP since 2017’s Wins & Losses.
They're his championships, and we’re all winners. Stream it in full beneath.