Meek Mill Announces When He Will Retire “But Promises To Put His Best Before Then”

Meek mill recently released a new  album titled Expensive Pain, the album was officially released on the 1st of October, since its release it has been on the peak of the streets and headlines. 

But if all goes to plan, the Philly native won’t have to deal with such drama for much longer. During a recent interview with Complex, the MMG rapper revealed his plans to quit rapping full-time in just a few short years.

“I got like three or four more years left,” the 34-year-old MC said. “That’s it! I’ve been rapping since I was 23. I can’t be performing forever. I think these the last years I’m going hard with music and then I’m gonna pursue other stuff.”

He assures his fans that the new album would be better with lit tracks,unveiling a new version of his brand.

“At the same time, I’ll still make music,” he added. “But going on tour, working on the albums for six months, being away from my family that long? I give up. Let the young n-ggas come up next and see who moves me out the way.”

He joked, “I’ll still be rapping if anybody wanna buy an NFT.

It sounds like Meek Mill has plenty in store before hanging up his mic, though. He hinted at releasing “four or five more albums” in addition to dropping regular reminders for those who thinks he ain’t good enough.

“I have a point to prove,” he said. “People don’t really, really be fucking with me like that, so I’m going to keep charging the doors every three or four months on some rapping shit.”

He told complex that He won’t call it a deluxe but an Extendo and we’re gonna make it longer updating the new album to 32 shots or more, he said others do deluxes two or three records.

Meek mill also set to leave his stamp by hosting a star-studded Expensive Pain concert at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Saturday (October 23). He’ll be joined by special guests including Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Durk, A$AP Ferg, Brent Faiyaz, Vory and Giggs.

He said it’s gonna be lit and as usual one of the best and as he urges his fans to always expect the very best of him at all cost.

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