Barely two months after the release of the first version of Meekend Music, Meek Mill is set to kick off the appointment – Meekend Music II.

This was coming from a post on Instagram on Monday afternoon, the star musician posted the project’s cover art photo on Instagram and it has been deeply compared to Kendrick Lamar’s album art, ‘To Pimp a Butterfly.’

The Meekend Music II cover art

The cover art has the write up ‘Tomar save me!’ and it may not be a great surprise to some. The reason is that Meek’s first edition of Meekend Music dropped on his birthday, May 6, and had some top stars on it – Young Thug and A$AP Ferg featured on two of the three tracks projects. As such, another version of it is expected.

Mill speaks about his forthcoming album

Meek Mill disclosed the completion of his yet to be released album ‘Wins & Losses.’ He pointed out the title isn’t just as it seems, as it has so many things to discuss. Speaking to Real 92.3, he said that the album is set and will be released tomorrow. Reiterating on the release date, he added that its tomorrow or it’s not from meek mill anymore. The album is under mixing and mastering and will be a spectacular one.

Mill under MMG has been on top of the game this year with his music and dramatic collaborations with other artists on the hottest tracks in 2017. He started June with the track ‘Whatever You Need,’ which featured Ty Dolla $sign and Chris Brown. Not quite long ago, he has collaborated with the newbie Tee Grizzley on the remix of ‘First Day Out,’ which is yet unheard. The Detroit MC posted a preview of the track on his Instagram where Mill was caught rapping. Obviously, it’ll be a banger for this summer.