In a profile Vogue published yesterday (Nov. 15), Meek Mill confirmed that his new LP will be dropping Nov. 30. Now, we also know the official album title. The Philly spitter revealed both that piece of intel and the cover art for the project through a tweet he posted on Friday afternoon.

"🏆 CHAMPIONSHIPS - 11/30 🏆," Meek tweeted, confirming Championships to be the official title for the new album. He added the Nov. 30 release date in the tweet as well.

The announcement comes shortly after Meek teased the LP's release date as he took part in a criminal justice reform discussion at Georgetown University a week ago. As we mentioned up top, he eventually confirmed the projects Nov. 30 release date in a Vogue interview. He didn't talk about the title of the album in the interview, but he did speak about dealing with the terms of his probation while fighting for criminal justice reform with the likes of Jay-Z.

“We’re taking a superhero approach, where we’re trying to do amazing things...things that have never been seen before,” Meek Mill told Vogue about the group's mission. “We started with a bold number, saying we’re trying to help free a million people, and we’re not saying free a million people out of prison. Half of these people are on probation or parole, or on cash bail and things like that."

He also previewed his upcoming collaboration with Cardi B. In Vogue's accompanying video, Meek can be seen playing a clip from his new album, and confirms it's with the "Money" rapper.

Check out the album cover for Meek Mill's Championships album below.

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