Meek Mill Announces "Dreams Worth More Than Money" Album

posted Saturday March 08 ,2014 at 01:30PM CST | 186 comments

Meek Mill Announces

The Philly spitter announces a summer drop for his sophomore album, says he's worked with Jadakiss, Diddy, DJ Khaled, and more.

Meek Mill announced that fans can expect his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, this summer during a recent appearance on REVOLT.

“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.”

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  • Anonymous
    More like Screams Worth More Than Money
  • Anonymous
    "No, it made up to $137 million" Not in the states lol
    • Anonymous
      It did.
    • Anonymous
      no it didn't but whats the difference? why limit yourself to one country? a million is a million and it made more than it cost to make
  • Anonymous
    Righteous Kill cost $60 million to make, and made $40 million. That's $20 mill in the hole, and ironically the studio that released it no longer exists lol
    • Anonymous
      Still making up lies to bash your least favorite rapper. Your hate is a disease.
    • Anonymous
      "Righteous Kill Budget $60 million Box office $78,460,699" that looks like 18 million box officer profit to me
    • Anonymous
      Quoteman failed math class
  • Anonymous
    Escape Plan Budget $50 million Box office $137,324,564 That movie made 25 million in the theatres.
    • Anonymous
      No, it made up to $137 million.
    • Anonymous
      i thought he was only in straight to dvd movies though?
    • opencorners.com
      Cost budgets and box office profits arent the entire equation. Box-office exposure good or bad, almost always constitutes post box-office revenue streams such as merchandising and licensing to name a couple. Most celebrities are only known for what the general public classifies them as, however their role as a celebrity warrants a lot more expectation and in there lays the paunch. With regards to comparing artists, it is very natural to compare and contrast all the time, for these are the processes used in extruding inspiration. No passion, no jealousy. In my professional opinion, this genre actually hasnt been around long enough to really assess factors that live outside of obvious patterns and cycles that often lack any nature of originality. Some say Meek has repeated concepts thru his bars over and over, but that is only because of the amount of material he has shared throughout his rise. Keep in mind that these artists just don't pop up out of nowhere, overnight. They put in the work for a very long time which is why they make it look easy. We often never look at Michael Jordans high school career. To me, Meek brings that energy. Kendrick, brings the writing talent. I would personally never compare them. I would only encourage whatever they define as a life success and hope that a possible collaboration could be a summer hit. #livingthedream
  • 318 Soulja
    This is a good brother and we'll always love and respect him.
  • wallace hyman
    dats my best friend
  • Anonymous
    Meek Mlll is one of the weakest niggas in the game. his music is fuckin horrible.
    • Meek Millie
      You can hate but you can't stop nothing.
    • Anonymous
      He doesn't have any muscle either. That's seriously weak too.
  • Anonymous
    ocaine is a short-acting, powerful euphoric stimulant. Some people feel extreme confidence and a great ego boost while under the influence. I personally find the high from cocaine - even pure - boring when insufflated, but when smoked as freebase it delivers a powerful rush, and the rush from mainlining gives a heroin shot a run for its money. Cocaine can make you horny, and may delay ejaculation, but with too high a dose you may be unable to get or maintain an erection, and may have difficulty - or no interest - in ejaculating after a while. At least that's my experience. Cocaine has a fairly easy comedown unless you've been binging, but after a long session the stimulation and crash is quite devastating, and you may be unable to sleep for 3-5 hours, despite the effects having worn off ages ago. Tolerance builds incredibly fast; you will need to increase the dose almost constantly and very soon larger doses will do little to improve the high. Cocaine is also, especially when smoked or injected, ridiculously addictive. I have tried over 70 different psychoactives and NOTHING comes close to the addictive potential of (crack) cocaine. It is psychologically addictive, producing immense and inexplicable cravings for the drug, as well as paranoia. MDMA is an intermediate-acting stimulant/empathogen. You will probably feel a sense of euphoria (although quite unifaceted - "Yay, I feel great!"), and notice yourself becoming much more empathetic towards other people, often wanting to talk endlessly, and to hug and touch and tell people you love them. It also enhances music quite a lot, as well as dancing. Smaller amounts are great for intimate moments with a significant other, though often it feels better to just cuddle and meld into one for hours than have sex - which can be problematic if you've taken too much, as almost all stimulants are vasoconstrictors, and have a tendency to cause what is scientifically known as the "Scared Turtle" or colloquially "the shrimp". MDMA, unless taken in large amounts or dosed repeatedly, produces a fairly mild comedown, simply noticing the effect has quite suddenly worn off. Greater use may lead to a very depressed state. You may also find yourself being depressed or upset about the smallest things for no reason 2-4 days after taking the MDMA ("Tuesday Blues"). MDMA is not very addictive, but most people find that frequent use leads to highly diminished rewards, and the general trend for the pleasure of rolling seems to be a gradual, constant decrease - you have less fun each time. It also causes unpleasant chewing of the cheeks, jaws and such, which may lead to chipped teeth or aching jaws the following day. Methamphetamine is amphetamine on steroids. At low doses it's a powerful and very centrally acting stimulant, but at higher doses it becomes a euphoric, recretional stimulant with little application for intellectually demanding activities. You can focus, but it's better suited for fighting a war or helping a friend move houses. Or partying. It has an extremely long duration when taken orally; the main active metabolite, amphetamine, peaks at after 10-12 hours, and amphetamine itself has a half-life of over 10 hours. You can easily stay awake over 24 hours with a reasonable-looking parachute. Sniffing shortens the duration somewhat. Smoking produces an intense, rushing high, somewhat like freebase cocaine. Meth in general has euphoric peak effects for 4-8 hours, followed by at least 8-12 hours of overstimulation but little pleasurable effects. The desire to redose becomes great, and this is what makes it so addictive - it's a little like cocaine in that sense. Methamphetamine also makes me hypersexual, so if I'm home alone tweaking I may just sit there jerking it all night. No kidding.
  • ETK
    "A thoro nicca a crossed ways with a few days ago told me Meek Mill ain't shit but a fake nicca and his father wasn't even killed, he just punked out of Meek's life and never came back" Well, I'm sorry, sweetheart, but this "thoro nicca" you "crossed ways with a few days ago" is a goddamn liar.
    • Anonymous
      Exactly, none of that is true lol people are weirdos
  • Anonymous
    "The difference is that Meek Mill is a terrific actor" Denzel said Meek looked confident in his movie now playing on BET.
    • Anonymous
      Only in your dreams.
    • Anonymous
      Denzel never heard of that scrub.
    • Anonymous
      Meek Mill learned from one of the best actors in the business, William Roberts.
  • Anonymous
    "50 cent's acting career despite making movies with the biggest names in hollywood" Righteous Kill flopped and was critically panned. Escape Plan flopped. A STV movie with Nic Cage flopped. He's acting with stars past their prime. That's not impressive.
    • Anonymous
      They did better than the movie Meek was in.
    • Anonymous
      Righteous Kill Budget $60 million Box office $78,460,699 Escape Plan Budget $50 million Box office $137,324,564 both of those movies made millions, you cant really call that a flop.
  • Anonymous
    "Doesn't matter, it's still means nothing and he won't be around in the long run" Neither will Kendrick.
    • Anonymous
      Randomly bringing up other artists when you have no argument. Besides, Kendrick will be around longer than Meek.
    • Anonymous
      Kendrick probably got one of the most anticipated albums of 2014.
  • Anonymous
    MEEK MILL RAP LIKE HE SELLING HOTDOGS AT A BASEBALL GAME
  • Anonymous
    MEEK MILL RAP LIKE HE IN A HELICOPTER
  • Anonymous
    "And no one will care about those songs as they flop and Meek will collect small checks" It doesn't matter if they flop. He's still getting paid, plus the exposure helps him in the long run.
    • Anonymous
      Doesn't matter, it's still means nothing and he won't be around in the long run.
    • Anonymous
      Yet he made his foot into hiphop while you sit here hating.
    • Anonymous
      No, he didn't.
    • Anonymous
      Yes he did. Amen was popular, his album went no.2, his mixtapes crashed servers, and has his own label.
    • Anonymous
      No, he didn't. Amen was not successful, going to #2 isn't impressive, his mixtapes didn't crash anything, and his "label" is nothing more than a T-Shirt logo.
  • Anonymous
    "how long did Meek Mills show last" He did a movie.
    • Anonymous
      A straight-to-DVD movie that no one has ever heard of.
    • Anonymous
      This nigga always shitting on 50 cent's acting career despite making movies with the biggest names in hollywood from arnold, stallone, pacino and deniro and now he's giving meek mill props for doing some movie no one ever heard of.
    • Anonymous
      The difference is that Meek Mill is a terrific actor, and 50 sucks.
    • Anonymous
      You mean a terrible actor.