You would possibly wish to keep an eye fixed out for Meek Mill’s album art work someplace in your metropolis.
The Philadelphia rap large is utilizing cities throughout the nation to showcase his Expensive Pain art work before the album’s Oct. 1 launch.
The cowl—painted by famend artist Nina Chanel Abney—can now be seen through images shared with Complex, because it sits on boats in Miami, buses in Philadelphia, murals and transportation in Los Angeles, billboards in Times Square, on high of buildings in Harlem, and on the perimeters of trains in Atlanta.
Meek’s document will probably be his first full-length project since he dropped his Grammy-nominated album Championships in 2018, his second providing to high the Billboard 200.
Expensive Pain is ready to include notable singles “Sharing Locations” with Lil Durk and Lil Baby, as well as “Blue Notes 2” with Lil Uzi Vert. Before giving the total project a stream come launch day, take a look at pics of Meek’s nationwide billboard marketing campaign above and under—or in person in your metropolis.
The artwork for Meek’s fifth studio album was unveiled earlier this month, when the MC shared the quilt on Instagram.
He also beforehand posted a clip of the art work coming together on his feed: