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Track number one off of Meek Mill’s debut album, Dreams And Nightmares is exactly what you expect. As Meek put it at his listening session he said “I give em the dream side of it, and then I go and turn it into the nightmares side of it and turn it up.”

It’s one thing to see it in words, but to hear it for yourself is a entirely different story. This Tone The Beat Bully-produced track starts off mellow before the Philadelphia kid loses his mind on the track.

This is one of the stand out records on the album and believe us when we tell you that this gets the album started on the right foot.

Get a listen to the “Dreams And Nightmares Intro” down below and cop Dreams and Nightmares when it drops next week.


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