On July 21, Meek Mill will release his highly anticipated new album called Wins & Losses, which we just found will feature guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, Ty Dolls $ign, Young Thug, Yo Gotti & more. But before it arrives seven days from now, the MMG rapper decides to liberate one more record with us ahead of time called “Issues,” which can be yours for free instantly when you pre-order the album now on iTunes.
Shortly after revealing a release date for his album Wins & Losses, Meek Mill drops the video for his latest single, “Issues.”
The sunny visual finds the Philly MC on a fun-filled Miami getaway. While rapping about his “Issues,” he’s surrounded by friends, bikini-clad women, yachts, and Lamborghinis. Dancing by his side and on top of a whip, PnB Rock makes a cameo.
“Lord, forgive me for my sins, used to pray to get a brick,” raps Mill. “Ni**a icy like it’s hockey, and I’m playin’ with them sticks / He don’t like me, but he gotta respect the fact we gettin’ rich / Ni**a threw a shot and missed me, threw ’em back and he got hit.”
“Issues” follows past releases like “Whatever You Need” (with Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign), “Glow Up,” and “Young Black America” (featuring The-Dream) off Wins & Losses.
Along with the visual, Mill has also unveiled the tracklisting for his third album. Packed with 17 tracks, the follow-up to 2015’s Dreams Worth More Than Money will also feature Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, Quavo, Future, Yo Gotti, Rick Ross, and Teyana Taylor, when it drops on July 21.
Wins & Losses Track List:
1. Wins & Losses
2. Heavy Heart
3. F**k That Check Up (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
4. Whatever You Need (feat. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign)
5. 1942 Flows
7. We Ball (feat. Young Thug)
8. These Scars (feat. Future & Gourdan Banks)
9. Connect the Dots (feat. Yo Gotti & Rick Ross)
10. Fall Thru
11. Never Lose (feat. Lihtz Kamraz)
12. Glow Up
13. Young Black America (feat. The- Dream)
14. Open (feat. Verse Simmonds)
15. Ball Player (feat. Quavo)
16. Made It From Nothing (feat. Teyana Taylor & Rick Ross)