Meek Mill plans to create ‘next album’ in Africa

Meek Mill has revealed his intentions to record his upcoming album in Africa.

The American rapper did not explain if he will record and produce the album in one African country, or multiple, nor which ones specifically.

Mill, however, said he would stay on the continent for two weeks, in the company of his record producers.

The Philadephia native said this on X, Monday, March 11, 2024, as shown below:

The post comes days after Meek Mill also announced his intentions to become a dual citizen of America and Ghana, West Africa.

The Dream Chasers CEO’s first time in Ghana was in 2022 when he headlined an Afro Nation concert.

In November 2023, Meek Mill and his mentor Rick Ross released a joint 17-track album titled Too Good To Be True. In February 2024, Mill released a 5-track project titled Heathenism. 

Source: classfmonline

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