Meek Mill's 'Dreams Worth More Than Money' Release Date Remains Unknown: New Tracks Released

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Meek Mill is currently incarcerated and the "Dreams Worth More Than Money" project was scheduled to be released tomorrow, however his incarceration may be pushing the release back.

Just recently, Mill's team has released two tracks from the upcoming effort in "She Don't Know," featuring Ty Dolla $ign and "I Like It," featuring Mac Miller.

Combined with last weeks leak of the tracks that didn't quite make the cut the team is generating buzz for the effort despite Mill being in jail.

It isn't strange to think that the effort may be dropped on the scheduled date, as many artists have dropped albums out of the blue coining the phrase "pulling a Beyonce."

Unfortunately for Mill he may not be able to share the joy of his release with his fans, however, he has been able to impress fans in the past with his music. With the release of a couple of tracks that did not make the cut for the project, fans can anticipate a very solid project ahead.

The three leftover tracks "Gettin Money," "Am I Wrong," and "Stuntin" are hard hitting street anthems that continuously refer back to his days in the streets.

"Meek is currently serving time for multiple violations of his parole on a 2009 drug and gun conviction," reported

"Rules broken by rapper include posing in pictures while holding a weapon, performing at shows that were not pre-approved by the his parole officer and changing his phone number without informing the required authorities."

There is absolutely no word on whether or not the effort will drop but in today's era, fans should probably be prepared in case he does.

Listen to some of the new tracks below.