Meek Mill Announces "Dreams Worth More Than Money" Album
The Philly spitter announces a summer drop for his sophomore album, says he's worked with Jadakiss, Diddy, DJ Khaled, and more.
“I had to let ’em know right here on REVOLT,” Meek Mill said, “my new album, sophomore from Meek Milly, Dreams Worth More Than Money, this summer it’s going down.” Meek Mill’s debut, Dreams &Nightmares, was released in the Fall of 2012 via Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group and Warner Bros. Records. That album, which featured his label boss as an executive producer, yielded singles like “Amen,” “Burn,” and “Young & Gettin’ It.”
During his appearance on Revolt, Meek also broke down his progress on the making of Dreams Worth More Than Money and who fans can expect to hear on the production side of things. “I had to let’em know, we like 80% done,” he said. “Me and Diddy been cookin’, me and Rozay been cookin’, me and Kiss been cookin’, me and everybody been cookin’ and we just been getting it right. That’s how just how it’s going down, Dreams Worth More Than Money, this summer.” Diddy, who owns the Revolt network in a partnership with Comcast, rushed the stage during the Meek Mill interview.
Describing the producers he’s worked with in making his latest Dreams title, Meek Mill referenced credits from Diddy himself as well as DJ Khaled. “Diddy doing a lot of production,” he said, “Khaled doing a lot of production, I’m looking forward to working with Swizzy, Timbaland, I got my producers Mechanic, OZ—a lot of people done production on this album so it’s going down.” Diddy, still on stage, interjected, “he’s in rare form” in reference to Mill’s performance on Dreams Worth More Than Money. Watch the announcement via Revolt below.
Meek Mill announced the news alongside fellow Philadelphia native DJ Damage. Earlier this week, Damage offered his thoughts on Rick Ross’ then-upcoming performance at Revolt headquarters to HipHopDX. “To watch his growth as an artist has been motivating,” he said. “Ross literally speaks things into existence. This album, Mastermind, [in my opinion], sounds incredible. I love the production and the artistry. For him to perform these tracks in our courtyard right outside of our Revolt Live studio is amazing. The event is totally free for fans to come and experience the growth of Rozay. I am pretty sure he will have some surprise guests as well.”