Mark your calendars. Meek Mill has set a release date for his sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money.
The follow-up to his 2012 debut Dreams and Nightmares will arrive on September 9, he announced on Twitter.
He has been in the studio with Chris Brown, Pharrell, and Timbaland. Nas spits on a Scarface-sampled record, Rita Ora guests on “I’ma Ride,” and Big Sean and A$AP Ferg appear on “B-Boy,” for which he recently shot a video.
He describes his new sound as “trap-hop.” “It’s like trap and hip-hop all together,” he told Miss Info.
In May, he dropped the first single “I Don’t Know” featuring Paloma Ford.
“There ain’t gonna be no album to top this,” said a confident Meek. “It’s just gonna be different this time.”