News: Meek Mill Reunites Jay Z & Nas, Makes It "Worth More Than Money" [Video]
Friday, May 16, 2014 4:47PM
Maybach Music Group's Meek Mill is upping the ante for his forthcoming Dreams Worth More Than Money sophomore album by reuniting rap veterans Jay Z and Nas. #NYHeavyweights
According to Meek, fans look forward to the New York heavyweights dropping bars on a record called "Scarface."
On his Instagram, he previewed his new track "Scarface" which is said to have two versions. One version includes the legendary titans Jay Z and Nas, while the other version is said to feature Jay and Nipsey. More than likely, all three will possibly have their verses merged to form one super track. (XXL Mag)
Meek unleashed a few studio listening sessions from his forthcoming release onto Instagram earlier this month.
"#intro part 2 ha ha ha....... Can he do it again," Meek captioned to one video May 10.
"Y'all better b ready this summer......."
"If it's a problem then them guns go ???????????????? @palomaford" (Meek Mill's Instagram)
Earlier this year, Meek revealed his long-awaited solo album's title.
Titled Dreams Worth More Than Money, the new album will be hitting shelves this summer, according to Meek, who was alongside his MMG captain during his Mastermind spectacular held at the Hollywood and Highland Center in Los Angeles. The announcement of the new album arrives as the Philly rapper has been teasing fans with an upcoming track called "She Don't Know," which features Ty Dolla $ign. (REVOLT TV)
Although still in production, Meek claimed it was near completion.
Dreams Worth More Than Money will serve as the followup to Meek's 2012 debut album, Dreams & Nightmare. That LP produced several hits, including the Drake-featured "Amen," the summer sizzler "Burn" (with Big Sean) and street-approved "Dreams and Nightmares." "We like 80% done," Meek says about the new LP, which will feature assistance from some big names like Diddy, Rozay, DJ Khaled, Jadakiss, Timbaland, Swizz Beatz and many more. (REVOLT TV)
Check out Meek Mill's teaser: