Meek Mill is in album mode, with his sophomore set Dreams Worth More Than Money scheduled for a summertime release. To build up some buzz in the meantime, the Philadelphia rapper drops an in-studio freestyle titled after his album, which borrows A$AP Rocky's "Ghetto Symphony" beat. Or, Shyne's "Meyer Lansky" beat.

Either way, the record features a haunting sample of Frou Frou's "Psychobabble," which is a great way to explain Meek Mills bars here as he takes it back to the streets with his fiery delivery. He also references Rick Ross getting dropped by Reebok, but he shrugs off the incident with Ross by his side by boasting about MMG's financial status. Meek Mill is definitely in the zone. Check out his freestyle above, captured by DJ Scoob Doo.

[via Karen Civil]

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