Producer Papamitrou Boi Confirms Meek Mill's Dreamchasers Album Is In The Works

The "Uptown Vibes" architect claims his boss has 600 songs recorded.

(AllHipHop News) On January 26, Meek Mill told his 15 million Instagram followers to be ready for a "Dreamchasers album coming immediately." Besides that IG post, details about the project have been limited.

However, Dreamchasers Records signee Papamitrou Boi revealed that Meek and the team have been cultivating something new. The music producer spoke about the possible collection during his recent interview with AllHipHop.

"We were just in the studio a few weeks ago. That whole session was recorded over my beats. They recorded six songs," revealed Papamitrou. "Meek’s in promo mode right now, so I don't know what’s going to happen."

He also added, "[Meek] did announce on Instagram about a Dreamchasers tape, but we don’t know when. I don’t know when. It’s on his time, whenever he feels it’s right. But we’re working."

Championships just landed in November, and Meek has spent the last few months promoting his fourth studio LP. According to Papamitrou, the Philadelphia emcee has hundreds of recordings that could be used for another project.

The New Englander also known as Nick Papz added, "If Meek wants to drop another album, he could. He’s got over 600 songs in the stash. Some of them are unfinished but he’s got a lot of stuff."

Papamitrou Boi has developed into a go-to beat maker for Meek Mill. The Husson University alumnus contributed tracks to 2017's Wins & Losses as well as 2018's Championships. He produced "Wins & Losses," "Connect the Dots," "Uptown Vibes," "Respect the Game," and other songs on the respective albums.

"It’s crazy because all of the Wins & Losses songs I worked on in my dorm room in college. I graduated, so this was the first time working outside of college. I’m free to do whatever I want, whenever I want," said Papz. "I was going to New York for Championships. They recorded that at Jungle City Studios. I live in Boston, so I was traveling back and forth twice a week for like eight to ten weeks straight to work on the album."