Meek Mill is looking to celebrate his debut album Dreams & Nightmares turning 10 next month in an unlikely way.
The Philly native took to Twitter on Tuesday (September 6) to offer his services to anyone getting married in October, explaining that he’d like to perform at a wedding to mark the album’s landmark moment.
“If you get married in October … ima commit to performing dreams & nightmares at a wedding for free for the 10 year Anniversary,” he tweeted.
Meek didn’t make it clear whether the performance will be of the entire album or the thunderous intro of the same name — recently dubbed the “Black national anthem.”
If you get married in October … ima commit to performing dreams & nightmares at a wedding for free for the 10 year Anniversary
— MeekMill (@MeekMill) September 6, 2022
With Meek no longer signed to Roc Nation, he made sure to clarify that this gesture wasn’t some part of a grand marketing scheme related to his next project.
“That’s not a marketing plan either I tweet in random thought lol,” he said.
That’s not a marketing plan either I tweet in random thought lol
— MeekMill (@MeekMill) September 7, 2022
The offer still stands as of press time and hundreds of responses from Dreamchasers fans poured in overnight looking to capture Meek’s attention.
“My g, my weddings set and booked, Oct 22nd, next month, we’d be honored with a performance,” one fan wrote, while another said: “October 8th in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Need I say more? Pull up. Would love to have you perform Dreams and Nightmares at our wedding.”
Dreams & Nightmares was released on October 30, 2012, and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 165,000 total album-equivalent units behind Taylor Swift’s Red, which more than doubled Meek’s first week sales.
Meek Mill hasn’t released any new music this year, but he has previewed a few tracks and he’s promised to drop multiple mixtapes starting this month.
“10 tapes independently starting September … new music dropping AUGUST 18 the day my dad died is when I start wylinnnnnnn again,” he tweeted in July. “I’m not dropping albums on Friday either!”
Meek also signed a deal with WME where he’ll help the talent agency curate the next generation of cultural leaders throughout the duration of the partnership.
Meek Mill isn’t the only rapper with an interest in wedding performances. Petey Pablo recently helped make a couple’s wedding day even more special by performing a live rendition of “Raise Up” to introduce the happy couple at their reception.