Dreams Worth More Than Money

Meek Mill - Dreams Worth More Than Money
Critic Score
Based on 13 reviews
2015 Ratings: #293 / 772
User Score
Based on 121 ratings
2015 Ratings: #526
June 29, 2015 / Release Date
LP / Format
MMG, Atlantic / Label
Hip Hop, Trap Rap / Genres
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He’s always been a reliably ferocious street rapper. DWMTM establishes him as that and something else: an artist with the ambition to go big and the finesse to stick his landing.


If the shaky performance of his debut was a wipeout—to mix a metaphor—Dreams Worth More Than Money sticks the landing, sustaining over its running time without stumbling and occasionally providing some thrilling moments.

An exciting, yet unbalanced offering, it offers a glimpse of an artist slowly improving his craft, with possibly the best being yet to come.

Dreams Worth More Than Money is surprisingly focused, presenting an uncomfortably lucid, non-pensive character study detailing the underside of the American Dream.

Only good parts were the Drake and Future features and the second to last song which had a good beat. That RICO beat was pretty good too. The rest of this is played out crap, not a single clever line to be found, it's just so repetitive. I really don't like this album and I was never a Meek Mill fan to begin with but man this sealed the deal. Holy fuck this is bad.
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This album is a fun listen, and it'll definitely get you out of your seat with Meek's energy. The production is great, and Meek is as inspiring as ever.
Dreams Worth More Than Money is the second studio album by rapper Meek Mill, released in 2015. It features guest appearances from Drake, Chris Brown, Future, The Weeknd, Nicki Minaj and others. They all mix pretty good, Drake give a great perfomance on "RICO", Nicki and Meek fit perfectly on "Bad for You", the Meek-Chris-Nicki trio creates a club jam named "All Eyes on You", and it's a pleasure to hear Diddy on "Cold Hearted" as well. More than that, the ... read more
I know it may be hypocritical to say that one rapper is “too arrogant” and then worship a rapper like Kanye for having his arrogance be a character defining trait; But on “Dreams Worth More Than Money” it really feels that Meek is far too arrogant in believing HE’S worth more than he’s portrayed. The content in his lyricism is far too braggadocious for someone, who up to this point, has recieved only moderate commercial success. It’s more than just his ... read more
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Track List

  1. Lord Knows
  2. Classic [ft. Swizz Beatz]
  3. Jump Out the Face [ft. Future]
  4. All Eyes on You [ft. Chris Brown & Nicki Minaj]
  5. The Trillest
  6. R.I.C.O. [ft. Drake]
  7. I Got the Juice
  8. Ambitionz
  9. Pullin Up [ft. The Weeknd]
  10. Check
  11. Been That [ft. Rick Ross]
  12. Bad for You [ft. Nicki Minaj]
  13. Stand Up
  14. Cold Hearted [ft. Diddy]
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