On the heels of his birthday-honoring Meekend Music project, Meek Mill is back with even more new music. Early Monday morning, Meek released the single "Glow Up," produced by Honorable C.N.O.T.E. Ahead of the release, Meek teased the new track on Instagram:
Stream "Glow Up" via Apple Music here or watch the video up top.
Meek's three-track Meekend Music project, released earlier this month, included the Honorable C.N.O.T.E.-produced "$lay" featuring ASAP Ferg, the Maaly Raw and Murda-produced "Backboard" featuring Young Thug, and the Stoopid-produced "Left Hollywood." Two days after the project's release, Meek shared the video for "Left Hollywood."
Meek Mill and Yo Gotti are set to kick off their Against All Odds tour in Cleveland in July. The U.S. trek will also take the two through New York, Atlanta, Miami, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Seattle, and more. Check the full routing and additional info below:
Meek's most recent studio album was 2015's Dreams Worth More Than Money. At some point this year, fans are expecting the release of Dreamchasers 4.5 and the Maybach Music Group collab album Self Made 4. Speaking with Billboard in March, MMG founder Rick Ross gave an update on the release schedule. "I only release those Self Made [albums] after the team put out their projects," Ross said. "So once Meek put out his album, once Wale release S.H.I.N.E., then I'll give the streets the Self Made 4 once again. We got some bangers on there and we gonna keep recording until we put it out."