Now that Rick Ross’ album 'Mastermind' is in stores, you can expect more projects coming through the Maybach Music Group pipeline. It looks like MMG artist Meek Mill is up next as he recently announced the title of his second LP.

The Philly spitfire told REVOLT TV that his new project is coming in the summer. “My new album coming this summer, 'Dreams Worth More Than Money,'" he told the network's CEO Diddy.

According to reports, Mill has collaborated with Chris Brown, Rita Ora, Timbaland, DJ Khaled and Diddy, himself, on the project.

In our interview with Mill, the 26-year-old rapper stated that his album is 80 percent done.

"I don’t think [making an album] is hard man," he says. "The hardest part is just picking the songs because I have so many songs and most of them are good so it’ll be tough to narrow them down to an album."

Mill’s last effort, 'Dreams & Nightmares,' was released in 2012 and boasted the street-certified bangers 'Burn' and 'Amen' (featuring Drake).