Just as the night was wrapping up on another day in music, Revolt TV decided to drop a bomb on the hip-hop world by reportedly announcing the release date in a now-deleted tweet, via Hot New Hip Hop, of Meek Mill's highly anticipated upcoming album Dreams Worth More Than Money. Slated for released on Rick Ross's Maybach Music, the LP will reportedly drop next Tuesday, April 14.
The tweet also includes the presumed cover art, which puts money wrapped in a gold chain that says "dream" up in the clouds.
Meek Mill has been releasing singles over the past few months, but the shortened official timetable for promoting the album reflects a greater industry trend to try and capitalize on immediate hype and take over the conversation for a short amount of time instead of being a footnote for a longer space. With only five days until release, they hope the buzz surrounding the album drowns out all other discussion and is focused entirely on Mill.
The album was originally due out last year, but Mill was sent to jail after violating his probation.
He has already released the singles "Monster" and "B-Boy" with Big Sean and A$AP Ferg, and with the release in just five days, there will be plenty more to come.
Meek Mill will join Wale on the second album dropping in as many weeks from Maybach Music, as the label flexes its muscles in 2015, showing it has more to offer than just Rick Ross's largesse.
Mill has not unveiled a full tracklist for the album, but fans will not have to wait long to see the complete list of features and tracks on the album.
UPDATE: Below Meek Mill appears to have denied the release date rumor with the below Tweet.
My album coming when I say that ain't true stay down its coming!
— Meek Mill (@MeekMill) April 9, 2015