Meek Mill has new music coming this month. The Philly rapper announced today that he'll be releasing Wins & Losses  on July 31.

It's his first album since 2015's chart topping Dreams Worth More Than Money, and, probably of more interests to hip-hop fans, his first official non-mixtape full length release since both his well publicized feud with Drake and the end of his relationship with Nicki Minaj.

“I’m just breaking down the wins & losses of my life,” the rapper born Robert Rihmeek Williams said in a press release about the Maybach Music / Atlantic Records release. “It’s all about what molded me into being Meek Mill today and the trials and tribulations of my life that made me bigger and better.”

He's also promising that the album will "address everything" fans and haters would like to hear him speak on.

Wins & Losses has already been heard from with "Whatever You Need," feat. Chis Brown and Ty Dolla $ign and "Glow Up." In addition, the South Philly rapper is the subject of the first episode of the new BET series On Tour With, which premieres on Tuesday at 9 p.m. and focuses on the run up to this past February's headlining show at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philly (during which oft-injured Sixers center Joel Embiid caused consternation among fans by dancing shirtless on stage.