Meek Mill prays for eternal guidance against rivals on new song "Glow Up," a parade of boasts and one-liners. "I say Lord be my savior when it come to gettin' this paper," he raps over thumping bass and dramatic piano loops. "Please protect me from my haters."
Mill adopts a borderline stream-of-consciousness flow throughout the track, bragging about sex ("I finesse her out them panties/ I hit raw dog, get a plan B"), drugs ("Mix the codeine with the Fanta") and wealth ("I walk up in Neiman's, spend 10K just like it's nothin'").
"Glow Up" follows the Philadelphia rapper's recent three-track release, Meekend Music. In a November Instagram post, Mill posted artwork for a new project, DC4.5 – assumedly a sequel to his October mixtape, DC4 – which he promised would be "dropping any day."
Earlier this month, the rapper released videos for DC4's "Litty" and Meekend Music's "Left Hollywood." He and Yo Gotti will launch a co-headlining summer tour July 5th in Cleveland.