Nearly two months shy of releasing the first installement of Meekend Music, Meek Mill has just announced the follow-up, Meekend Music II.

The Philly spitter posted the project's cover art to his Instagram on Monday afternoon (July 3). The visual is receiving comparisons to Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly album art.

Captioning the photo "Tomar save me!," Meek has led some to believe he may drop Meekend Music II tomorrow. The first Meekend Music release dropped on the rapper's birthday, May 6, and saw features from A$AP Ferg and Young Thug on two of the project's three tracks.

The news comes shortly after Meek Mill announced the completion of his forthcoming album, "Wins & Losses," which as of right now has no set release date. "You know if it’s called Wins & Losses, we got a lot to talk about," he told Real 92.3 “Yeah, it’s done. I turn it in tomorrow. Like, it’s final deadline or it’s no album from Meek Mill. It’s turned in, it’s done. All we doing is mixing and mastering it. It sound spectacular.”

The MMG signee has certainly kept busy this year when it comes to music of his own and features on some of 2017's hottest bangers. In the beginning of June, he released the smooth listen "Whatever You Need" accompanied by Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign, and most recently he's worked with newcomer Tee Grizzley on a yet-unheard remix of "First Day Out." The Detroit MC previewed the track on his Instagram, where we heard Meek rapping, “Caught these niggas pocket-watching, they like what it pay/Bitch bad like Beyonce, sipping lemonade."

Let's hope Meek doesn't keep us waiting too long for what is sure to be some fire music needed this summer.

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