Image Courtesy James Dimmock/AtlanticMeek Mill is getting ready to release new music. Following his five month jail stint for a probation violation, the Philly rapper has announced that his oft-delayed album, Dreams Worth More than Money, will arrive next year.
The rapper posted the cover art for his highly anticipated album to Instagram, which sees Meek posing with duct tape over his mouth accompanied by the hashtag #2105.
Prior to his incarceration, the disc was expected to arrive on September 9. The project will include the first single “I Don’t Know” featuring Paloma Ford, as well as contributions from Nas, Big Sean, A$AP Ferg and Rita Ora, who is featured on “I’ma Ride.”
In related news, Meek recently collaborated with Nicki Minaj on a new track called “Biog Daddy” which will appear on Minaj’s The Pinkprint, due Tuesday.