He just hopes the "money takes the pain away."
Meek Mill broke a two-year release drought on Friday (Nov. 20) when he dropped the surprise Quarantine Pack EP. The four-track mini album features bouncy "Middle of It," the slow-rolling Lil Durk collab "Pain Away," the motor-mouthed 42 Dugg-featuring "GTA" and the contemplative "Think It's a Game" with Vory.
The release is the long-awaited follow-up to Meek's 2018 No. 1 album Championships. Though the rapper has released a string of singles and collaborations over the past year with Ella Mai ("24/7"), Roddy Ricch ("Letter to Nipsey") and Justin Timberlake ("Believe"), fans were waiting for a new full-length. In the meantime, this quick hit will have do.
The MC, who has been hard at work on prison and criminal justice reform with Jay-Z through their REFORM Alliance, also released a video for "Pain Way" in which he balances a stack in one hand and a weapon in the other as he flexes about how all the money coming in helps ease his pain.