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Dreams Worth More Than Money is the second studio album by American rapper Meek Mill. It was released on June 29, 2015, by Maybach Music Group and Atlantic Records. It was initially scheduled for release on September 9, 2014, however, it has been delayed few times due to Meek Mill's revoking of his probation on July 11, 2014, thus sentencing him to jail for 3 to 6 months
Wh-whoa Dis the one you call Sweetie Irie Alongside a man called Ed Case With the Gorillaz The refix in the seat Na na na all right Na na na oh It's a bigger road ting Cha. I ain't happy, I'm feeling glad I got sunshine, in a bag I'm useless, but not for long The future is coming on I ain't happy, I'm feeling glad I got sunshine, in a bag I'm useless, but not for long The future is coming on It's coming on, it's coming o. This is UK Garage producer Ed Case’s remix of Gorillaz' 2001 hit Clint Eastwood. out the original version for a much more in-depth analysis of the lyrics.
15 Times Money Was Worth More Than Dreams On Meek Mill's Album. Meek Mill Celebrates Album With Jay Z, Fabolous, & Kevin Hart.
Dreams Worth Than More Money takes a few more risks than Meek Mill's debut. With high-profile guest spots from Future, Drake, Nicki Minaj, and others, it has more breathing room and clears space for Meek Mill's unrelenting intensity. It also reinforces the impression that a brief blast is the best way to experience Meek. The rest of the album has more or less dropped from public consciousness, but the intro remains a resonant classic: When the song suddenly shifts tempo and mood, and Meek jumps into an urgent, bleating rap cadence (complete with lines like "all I know is murder" shouted with guttural intensity), he's introducing himself as the only rapper that matters for.
This album’s best single is Check, which intriguingly only features Meek Mill himself screaming about how much he loves spending money at nightclubs over a Metro Boomin and Southside production. Ideally suited for popping 50 bottles at LIV in Miami on a Sunday night, that’s the last time we really get the Mill that many of his diehard fans have come to enjoy. When DWMTM is great, it’s because of the gorgeous production or due to a feature artist’s performance more frequently than when Meek takes the lead. Dreams Worth More Than Money is a slight misfire for Meek Mill, but enough is there the we think he can eventually achieve in his music the high he’s achieved in his personal life. Get The Most Important Stories Of The Day Straight To Your Inbox.