I have some bad news for all of you Meek Mill fans out there. According to the wonderful and amazing (sometimes) people over at The Juice, the Maybach Music rapper has pushed back the release date of his debut studio album Dreams & Nightmares. Originally set to drop on August 28th, the album will now be released in late October of this year.
Rumors of the delay began circulating when Rick Ross visited The Breakfast Club and made the following statement:
“Meek’s album is coming soon. [Mill] is still putting the final touches on his debut making sure it’s a classic, and [that's] most definitely what it will be.”
The album is currently preceded by it’ lead single “Amen” featuring Drake and Jeremih, which also managed to spark some controversy when it was boycotted by pastor/rapper Jomo K. Johnson, who called the song blasphamous.
Things have since settled down. Mill’s mixtape Dreamcatcher 2 should keep fans grounded for a few more months though. Released on May 7th, the mixtape managed to receive 2.5 million downloads after only being released for one day.