After almost three years since his debut, and a jail stint that led to another delay, Meek Mill is close to actually delivering his sophomore studio album. Meek says Dreams Worth More Than Nightmares is on its way this month.
Meek shared the release info on the Hot 97’s Summer Jam stage last night (he brought Nicki Minaj with him), but he didn’t give an exact date. That alone raises some eyebrows, being that Dreams Worth More Than Nightmares has been pushed back so much.
Or maybe Meek didn’t give an exact date because he’s relaying on the element of surprise — that seems to be the move these days.
Whenever Dreams Worth More Than Nightmare drops, it’s expected to feature appearances from Jay Z, Rick Ross, Migos, Ty Dolla $ign, and Chris Brown, among others.