The release of Meek Mill's new album is right around the corner. Last night (Nov. 8), the Philly rapper, who graced the cover of XXL Magazine's Fall 2018 issue, participated in a conversation about criminal justice reform with Professor Marc Howard at Georgetown University. During the event, Meek told the audience that his fourth studio album is dropping this month.

"The album is coming out this month," the "Dangerous" rapper said casually as he was addressing the crowd.

Meek had originally planned to drop the LP as a surprise album. Last month, Meek spoke about the plan for his first LP as a free man, but didn't give away any details about the release date. Instead, he revealed that he has a song about Colin Kaepernick.

"I actually got a song coming out about Colin Kaepernick," the Philadelphia rapper told a reporter before reciting some of the lyrics. “They won’t lynch him by hanging from a tree/They lynch his bank account,” he rapped.

The song will also have lyrics like “They told Kap to stand up if you want to play for a team, and most of his teammates said the same thing,” and, “Back in the ’30s you would be killed if you kneeled/They won’t kill you now, they just take you out of the deal.”

While the details about the album are scarce, it's possible we may hear his rumored collaboration with Cardi B on the album. Last month, TMZ reported that Cardi B hit the studio with the MMG rapper.

Watch Meek Mill make his announcement below.

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