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Meek Mill Drops Long-Awaited Album 'Championships': Stream It Now

Meek Mill has that winning feeling. The Philly rapper and activist just dropped Championships, his first full-length album since his well-publicized release from jail earlier this year, courtesy of Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Running to 18-tracks, Championships features a roll call of hip-hop’s finest, from Drake (“Going Bad”), JAY-ZRick Ross  ("What's Free”) and many more.

The album isn’t just a comeback, it’s a meditation on “beating poverty, beating racism, beating the system, beating gun violence and beating the streets,” Meek told Ebro Darden at Beats 1

Championships includes the previously-released works “Oodles O’ Noodles Babies” and “Uptown Vibes” and, sticking to the sports 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 below.


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