Meek Mill Comes After The Cornballs In His Fiery New Single ‘Glow Up’

Meek Mill has been keeping very busy lately. It hasn’t even been three weeks since he unveiled his most recent EP Meekend Music, to celebrate his 30th Birthday and the Philly rapper is already back out here dropping brand new music. His latest, titled “Glow Up” is a fiery, piano-filled banger, that finds Meek at his braggadocios best.

Produced by the Honorable C. Note — this is their fourth collaboration — Meek goes hard after some “cornballs” who can’t get on his level. “Glowin’ up, glowin’ up, glowin’ up / Treat this sh*t like my persona / Glowin’ up, glowin’ up, glowin’ up / Remember those feds was on us / We used to trap out them Hondas / Now we pull up in the foreigns.”

Meek is reportedly currently hard at work on his next full-length project, reportedly titled Wins & Losses, the follow-up to his well-received last release DC4. With both Rick Ross’s Rather You Than Me and Wale’s Shine already out and in the hands of the people, Meek is teed up to be the next artist in the MMG crew to release to drop an album.

In the meantime, Meek is also preparing to hit the road this Summer for an extensive joint tour with Yo Gotti that kicks off in July. You can peep all the dates for that run below.

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