Meek Mill’s Sophomore Album Dreams Worth More Than Money Has A Release Date

Two months to go.

Meek Mill has been making cameos all over Diddy records recently — but now we’re closer to getting what we really want from him: that sophomore album.

On Monday (July 7), Meek shared a release date for his upcoming release, titled Dreams Worth More Than Money. The project is scheduled to drop on September 9, and of course there’s a trailer to accompany the album announcement (because he probably learned that from the Bawse).

The 7-minute clip includes highlights from Meek’s year, and ends with his video for “I Don’t Know,” which is the album’s first official single.

With the project just about two months away, it’s safe to say that we’ll be seeing a lot more from the Philly rapper in the coming weeks.

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