Listen Live Z107.9 WENZ Cleveland


Z 107.9 Featured Video

Rather than explode over the incident, Meek said he has faith in loyal supporters.

“I ain’t tripping. If people wanna buy your album, they’re gonna buy your album whether it’s gonna leak or not,” Meek told “RapFix” host Sway Calloway in response to hitting the speed bump that almost every artist goes through these days. (MTV)

The star-studded album features hip-hip heavyweights including Rick Ross, Nas and Drake.

1 Dreams And Nightmares (produced by Tone the Best Bully for Nightrydas Productions) 2 In God We Trust (produced by Black Metaphor for Nightrydas Productions) 3 Young & Gettin’ It featuring Kirko Bangz (produced by Jahlil Beats) 4 Traumatized (produced by Boi-1da) 5 Believe It featuring Rick Ross (produced by Young Shun for Maybach Music Productions) 6 Maybach Curtains featuring Nas, John Legend & Rick Ross (produced by Infamous & The Agency) 7 Amen featuring Drake (produced by Key Wane and Jahlil Beats) 8 Young Kings (produced by Lee Major) 9 Lay Up featuring Wale, Rick Ross & Trey Songz (produced by Kane Beatz and Co-Produced by Ashanti “The Mad Violinist” Floyd for The Building Productions, Inc.) 10 Tony Story Pt. 2 (produced by Boi-1da) 11 Who Your Around featuring Mary J. Blige (produced by Tommy “TBHITS” Brown and Travis Sayles for 12 Polo & Shell Tops (produced by Cardiak) 13 Rich & Famous featuring Louie V (produced by Jahlil Beats) 14 Real N***** Come First (produced by Kenoe and Got Koke for Nightrydas Productions) (Official College Life)

Earlier this month, Meek celebrated the album with a private listening session.

“Warner Bros. held an intimate listening session for Meek Miill’s upcoming album, Dreams & Nightmares, at Manhattan’s Electric Lady Studios. With a crowd of less than 100 people, the music industry’s movers and shakers showed up to support the MMG prince’s new project. Among those were music and Hollywood heavyweights including Jay-Z, Will Smith, Rick Ross, Estelle, Wale and New York Giants player Victor Cruz.” (SOHH)

The Philadelphia-bred emcee previously promised his debut would be worth the wait.

“We out in L.A., Grammy weekend. On our way to Club Colony to do our thing. MMG we in the building. You already know man. I ain’t get no Grammy’s this year, but next year it’s gonna be a wrap. Wrap city,” Meek said in an interview, “Dropping my album in 2012. This summer, Dreams & Nightmares. Wrap city. They don’t give it to me I’m gonna take it. That’s how we ride. Feel me? Cause we want it all. Young n*ggas fromt the ghetto getting money.” (Maybach Music Blog)