With the clock rapidly working out on 2018, Meek Mill is able to cannonball his means into the fray with an upcoming album launch. In a brand new function in Vogue on Wednesday (Nov. 14), Meek introduced that his upcoming venture will drop on Nov. 30.

The function features a video element that finds Vogue spending an evening with Meek within the studio, the place he previews his upcoming collaboration with Cardi B. The observe finds Meek skating by means of the bombastic entice beat with ease. Elsewhere within the story, Meek speaks about his mission to free a million individuals who have been "unjustly caught" within the legal justice system. 

“We began with a daring quantity, saying we’re making an attempt to assist free one million individuals, and we’re not saying free one million individuals out jail. Half these persons are on probation or parole, or on money bail and issues like that,” he says his starry govt board a legal justice reform group headlined by himself, Jay-Z and New England Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft. 

Meek additionally spoke on Kanye's current feedback on the 13th modification saying: “I see Kanye stated one thing concerning the 13th Amendment, however, you realize, they are saying in case you go to jail, you’re allowed to be mainly handled as a slave. I used to be truly shackled from ankle to wrist."

Read Meek's Vogue prile in-full right here.