Meek Mill Announces Release Date for 'Wins & Losses' Album

One particular "Loss" is missing from the collage-style cover art, however.

Meek Mill is set to release his third ("really 4th") full-length studio album, Wins & Losses, on July 21, according to the Maybach Music Group rapper himself, who shared the cover art and trailer for the forthcoming LP on his Instagram.

While the album's cover is presented in collage format, it's notable to mention that there is no photo of Drake included, which would certainly count as one of those "Losses."

In June, Meek released the lead single off the forthcoming LP, "Whatever You Need," which features guest appearances by Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign. The song premiered on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 82 but disappeared a week later. 

Wins & Losses follows Meek's 2015 sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and sold 246,000 equivalent album units in its opening week.

Over the past 24 months, the Philly native has released one mixtape (Dreamchasers 4), teased another (Dreamchasers 4.5) and dropped four free EPs (4/44/4 Part 2, Meekend Music and Meekend Music II).