2019 is winding down and it looks like Meek Mill is planning to end things with a musical bang.

On Thursday (Nov. 14), he responded to a fan's #AskMeek question about the possibility of him dropping a new project before the end of 2019. In his response, he hinted that he could be dropping a new album this year.

"I'ma set this shit straight just to be in the convo of the 2019 albums," Meek wrote in a tweet hinting at plans to drop an LP that could be talked about as one of the year's best.

If Meek is being serious about this, the Philly-native will be returning with a follow up to his 2018 LP, Championships, this year. The album, which features artists like Cardi B, Jay-ZRick Ross and Drake, quickly earned critical acclaim for hard-hitting lyrics that depict Meek's internal battles both before and after his release from prison.

"I used to be a honor roll student, damn, then I turned to a beast/The first time I seen a nigga get some blood on his sneaks," Meek raps on the title track for his latest album. "He had on Air Max 93s but was slumped in the street/His mama cryin', that did somethin' to me, oh Lord/The shit I'm doin' for my hood I won't get an award/I used to sell Reggie, damn how' I get to the Forbes."

While fans are ready for Meek to grace them with some new music, there is no guarantee that the Dreamchaser will actually unload a new project this year. Back in August, Meek promised to drop a pack of music before the summer ended while responding to similar tweets from a fan. However, once summer ended, there was no music from the Dreams and Nightmares rhymer.

Here's to hoping Meek drops off a new LP soon.

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