"Save Me" and "Left Hollywood" will appear on the new version of the album.
It's only been just over a month since Meek Mill dropped his third studio album Wins & Losses, but it's already getting a rerelease. According to posts on Meek's Instagram account, the deluxe edition of the album will be made available with additional bonus tracks. "Save Me" and "Left Hollywood," perhaps the two most popular tracks from Meek's warm-up Meekend Music releases, are now confirmed to appear on the version of the album. It is unclear if they are the only two new tracks on the album and whether it will be a digital only release.
"They drop I drop again," Meek wrote in announcement. "let's play ball."
A cryptic Instagram post from last month suggests that the deluxe edition could be shared as early as next Friday, though the date has yet to be officially confirmed.
Following its July release, Wins & Losses sold 102,000 album equivalent units first week, debuting at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 just shy of Lana Del Rey's Lust For Life and Tyler, The Creator's Flower Boy.
In an interview with Angie Martinez, Meek commented on using his beef with Drake to motivate his music. "I'm a fighter. If you punch me in the face right now, I'm gonna want to fight you back," he said.
After teasing a studio session on Instagram a few weeks back, Meek appeared on Detroit up-and-comer Tee Grizzley's new single "Beef" released Friday. Speaking of beefs, Meek made a point of publicly squashing his problems with 50 Cent when he performed alongside his formal rival in Las Vegas. While issues between the two have been taken care of, Meek's good friend and collaborator Rick Ross did not seem so pleased with the ceremonious performance of "Dreams and Nightmares," cryptically tweeting "When you switch sides,you better stay there." Ross and 50 of course, have a deep-seated beef of their own.