Meek Mill's 'CHAMPIONSHIPS' Album Features Drake, JAY-Z, Rick Ross, and More

Meek Mill is releasing his long-awaited album 'CHAMPIONSHIPS' on Nov. 30.

This is a photo of Meek Mill.

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This is a photo of Meek Mill.

Meek Mill is releasing his long-awaited new album CHAMPIONSHIPS later tonight, but before he drops the record, he's shared the absolutely stacked tracklist to build up some last-minute hype. As to be expected, the project features a number of high-profile artists across its 19 songs, but perhaps the most exciting inclusion arrives on track nine, "Going Bad," which sees the rapper reunite with Drake.

CHAMPIONSHIPS also features appearances from Fabolous, Cardi B, Rick Ross, JAY-Z, Young Thug, Future, Kodak Black, Ella Mai, 21 Savage, and Jeremih, among others. The Drizzy feature isn't exactly all that surprising considering the two have patched things up in recent times, but the last time they were on a song together was what led to their messy feud. The two seem to be getting along just fine these days, however, as Meek recently told Ebro that they had a very intense ping-pong match not too long ago.

As his first major project since he was released from prison earlier this year in April, CHAMPIONSHIPS represents a huge moment for the Philadelphia rapper. Ever since his release, he's become something of a spokesperson for criminal justice reform, owing to the unjust circumstances behind his arrest.

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