Meek Mill
Meek Mill is going to the Bahamas to celebrate his birthday there next month. Pictured: The “All Eyes on You” rapper performing at the 2015 BET Awards in Los Angeles on June 28, 2015. Reuters/Kevork Djansezian

Meek Mill is turning 30 this year, and he’s decided to celebrate the special day with his fans in the Bahamas. The “Heaven or Hell” rapper even dropped some teasers for his four-day show/birthday bash in the tropical country.

On Thursday, Mill took to Instagram to share the promo material for his show, “MeekEND,” in Nassau, Bahamas. He is set to perform in the Caribbean island of New Providence for four days, starting on May 5. Mill’s birthday is on May 6, and since he will be staying in the Bahamas until May 8 or even longer, he opted to make his show there his birthday bash.

One of the promos shows a woman wearing a one-piece swimsuit that has “$avage” written on it, so fans are speculating that he could be teasing a new track that will serve as his response to Drake’s “Free Smoke” and “Lose You.” Other fans are also urging Mill to promote his collaboration with Lil Durk during his concert in the tropical island. The song’s music video was released just this Wednesday, so it makes sense that many want Mill to perform it live.

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Ahead of his concert, Mill is working on his new music. Early this week, he dropped snippets for three tracks that he’s bound to release soon. One of the tracks features Maybach Music Group boss Rick Ross. The three new songs are expected to be part of either Mill’s third solo studio album or his “Dreamchasers 4” mixtape, according to Hip Hop DX.

Nicki Minaj’s ex previously announced that he is dropping his new mixtape “any day” after 2016. However, he may have made some changes to the compilation since it has yet to see the light of the day even though it’s already April. As for his next album, Mill teased before that this is going to be his “best work by far.” Many are hoping that it will live up to expectations, considering his previous album, “Dreams Worth More Than Money,” was a huge success, as per XXL Mag.