Meek Mill previews new music after revealing that fans will need an ETH address to access his forthcoming mixtape.
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Meek Mill appears to be following suit but instead of unveiling a single or two in the crypto world, he’s unveiling a whole project. The rapper hit Twitter this week where he announced that he would be releasing a new mixtape via Ethereum’s blockchain network. “You gone need a eTh address to hear this new mixtape … google how to get one asap! Now I can really rap,” he wrote.
As fans discussed the decision to make his next project available via blockchain, he offered fans a snippet of what to expect from his next project. He took to Instagram where he previewed a new song called, “11/28,” the date of Virgil Abloh’s passing.
“It was the type of day I felt I ain’t deserve to smile/ When you wakin’ up gettin’ news like you heard Virgil died?/ I ain’t even know homie like that but I feel hurt inside/ Knowing that we grew up trying to kill n***as since I was a murder child,” Meek raps on the record.
“BLE$$INGS IM TRYNA DROP A MIXTAPE IN YOUR WALLET,” he wrote. “set up a wallet on your phone asap!!!!”
Check the snippet out below.