Meek Mill has finally released his fourth studio album, CHAMPIONSHIPS. While it hasn't even been a day since the project dropped, this might be regarded as one of Meek Mill's best studio albums to date. The project runs for 19 tracks deep and hails features from the likes of Drake, Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Cardi B and more. There are already a few tracks that are receiving praise among his fan base, but the rapper recently revealed which tracks off his latest opus are his favorites.

Meek Mill took to Twitter to reveal a few of his favorite tracks off his latest project. Meek lists his collaboration with Rick Ross and Jay-Z, "What's Free" as well as "100 Summers" and "Uptown Vibes" ft. Anuel AA and Fabolous as his favorite tracks on his new album.

"What's Beef" sparked a bit of controversy due to Rick Ross' homophobic lyrics towards Tekashi 6ix9ine and his current federal case, as well as a Jay-Z bar that many people misinterpreted as a shot fired towards Kanye, but overall, it has some of the best rapping on the project and all three artists bring their A-Game over the Biggie-sampled track. Hopefully, we'll get a music video for the track at some point in the future.

With Meek's new album out, expect to catch the rapper in a city near you in 2019. The rapper is set to embark on the "Motivation" tour in the early months of 2019.