Meek Mill surprised fans late last week with the release of his Quarantine Pack EP.
The four-track offering marks Meek’s first project in two years, following his Grammy-nominated album Championships. For the new effort, the Philadelphia native joins forces with Lil Durk on “Pain Away” and 42 Dugg on “GTA.” Collaborations with Vory bookend the project: “Middle of it” and “Think it’s a Game,” respectively.
Meek has stayed pretty quiet on the music side of things this year, while focusing his efforts on criminal justice reform through his REFORM Alliance group with Jay-Z. But he did pay his respects to Nipsey Hussle back in January on “Letter to Nipsey,” which featured Roddy Ricch, and dropped “Believe” with Justin Timberlake and “Otherside of America.” The latter was released as a response to ongoing anti-police brutality and racial injustice protests.
Meek also dropped a video for the track “Pain Away.” In the video, the rapper wipes the sweat from his brow with dollar bills, boards a private plane and hangs out with Lil Durk. Watch it here:
And stream Quarantine Pack below: