This comes as no surprise, but Meek Mill’s sophomore release, Dreams Worth More Than Money, initially due to release on September 2, has been delayed, because the rapper remains behind bars. This news has been speculated since the Philadelphia native was incarcerated for a parole violation back in July, but official word now comes from Rick Ross via MTV News.
Per Ross’ statement:
“MMG and Meek Mill have decided to release Dreams Worth More Than Money at a future date. In true MMG fashion, Meek has dedicated himself to perfecting his sophomore project and it is only right that it should be rolled out exceptionally well. MMG also wants his fans to know that Meek is doing great and he wants to hear from you. So write him at:
CEC Hoffman Hall
3950B D Steet
Philadelphia, PA 19124
In the meantime, keep looking out for new music from the project, keep supporting Meek and KEEP DREAMING! #MMG4LIFE.”
Meek is currently serving a three-six month bid in a Philly prison, in which he will be imprisoned until at least October 11, after a he was denied early parole during a court appearance on August 18. The MMG rep has been quite vocal about his issues with law enforcement in his hometown, a situation that stems from a 2009 drug and gun conviction.