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Following up their cover with Slaughterhouse, The Source chooses Meek Mill as their newest cover subject. With his new album, Dreams And Nightmares, about to hit the stores, Meek talks to The Source about what he has to deliver for his debut album.

“It’s all about me thinking what type of first album am I gonna present to the people,” says Meek. “[I got] something for the streets, the clubs, storytelling, soulful songs, deep songs.”  Meek Mill also talks about his involvement in the altercation between Drake and Chris Brown‘s camps at WIP in New York City. “I was there, and Shyte got real. I had nothing to do with it. I don’t have a problem with Drake….It was a lot of unknown guys throwing bottles.”

Look out for this new issue of The Source August 7th.


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Photo: The Source