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Following the delivery of his “Dangerous” video featuring PnB Rock and Jeremih, Meek Mill has finally confirmed the release of his next album, reports Billboard.

According to the entertainment label, Meek Mill made the announcement on Wednesday as a featured guest speaker at Georgetown University, discussing topics like criminal justice reform to help highlight the issues plaguing America’s judicial system. The Philly rapper was released from prison in April in the midst of a two-to-four-year prison sentence for a probation violation.

While Meek did not reveal the album’s title, the forthcoming LP will follow up on the rapper’s EP Legends Of The Summer, his first project that dropped this past July. Thanks to Twitter user @MeekMilly_Fan, you can peep Meek Mill’s announcement in the video posted below. “The album coming this month,” Meek told the crowd.

Stay tuned for more details regarding Meek Mill’s upcoming LP.

Now, why did Meek Mill stay behind bars for so long? Read our exclusive op-ed here.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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