Meek Mill’s sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, was initially expected to be released last week, but the rapper’s incarceration led to the original Sept. 2, release date coming and going without any album release. In a statement to Mill’s fans, Maybach Music Group head Rick Ross confirmed that Mill’s project has been delayed indefinitely.
“MMG and Meek Mill have decided to release Dreams Worth More Than Money at a future date,” Rick Ross says in a statement released to MTV. “In true MMG fashion, Meek has dedicated himself to perfecting his sophomore project and it is only right that it should be rolled out exceptionally well. MMG also wants his fans to know that Meek is doing great and he wants to hear from you. So write him at:
CEC Hoffman Hall
3950B D Steet
Philadelphia, PA 19124
In the meantime, keep looking out for new music from the project, keep supporting Meek and KEEP DREAMING! #MMG4LIFE.”
Earlier this year, Mill was sentenced to three-to-six months in jail for violating his probation. A failed drug test and the rapper’s appearance on Instagram and in a music video with weapons led to him being charged. Meek Mill is scheduled to remain in prison until Oct. 11.