Both the Rolling Stones and Dead and Company announced headlining tours that will kick off later this year.
Meek Mill and Justin Timberlake released their inspiring single “Believe” late Thursday.
And when the rapper said the song was “for motivational purposes only” he wasn’t joking.
Over a modern-day gospel beat, Mill encourages: “Follow your dreams not your addictions / How we gon’ follow our dreams locked in a prison? / They tried to swallow me whole, God be my witness / Deprive me outta my dreams but I’m relentless”
The atmospheric video, directed by Maxime Quoilin, is equally compelling, as viewers follow two women who watch as a man is taken away in handcuffs.
The collaboration marks Timberlake’s first new music since 2018, when he released his single “SoulMate” and the critically maligned album “Man of the Woods.”
Mill’s “Championships,” released later that year, was his first since being released from prison.
Mill became a symbol for criminal justice reform activists after a judge in Pennsylvania sentenced him to two to four years in prison for minor violations of his probation conditions in a decade-old gun and drug possession case. He spent months in prison before a court-ordered him released.
Timberlake has been working on new music. In October, he told Entertainment Tonight he’s collaborated with recent Grammy winner Lizzo and SZA.
Contributing: Associated Press
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