Meek Mill’s debut album, Dreams & Nightmares, was released ten years ago. Meek Mill brought the world to Philadelphia’s underbelly and provided his full backstory at a time when artists like Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole were leaving their imprint on the game with their debut albums.

The rapper celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the project on Sunday, but he’ll be giving his hometown a special experience to commemorate the occasion. Meek took to social media this week to announce that he will be hosting a concert at Wells Fargo on Thanksgiving weekend to commemorate the occasion.

Meek Mill + Friends Dreams and Nightmares will be held on Saturday, November 26th, with tickets going on sale this Wednesday, November 2nd.

Meek’s debut album was a commercial success upon its initial release. The rapper’s debut album cemented him as a rap icon in his own right, following the success of Dream Chasers and its sequel. With 165K units sold, the album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Rick Ross, Drake, Nas, Mary J. Blige, and others made appearances on Dreams & Nightmares.

The album also featured a number of singles, including the Drake-assisted “Amen,” which first appeared on Dream Chasers 2. The project’s intro, on the other hand, remains one of the most memorable songs on the tracklist. The “Dreams & Nightmares” intro can still be heard at sporting events across America. Meek opened last week’s Eagles vs. Cowboys game with a performance of the single.

Dreams & Nightmares, like many other projects released at the time, was leaked online a week before its official release. Clearly, this had no effect on the album’s commercial success or first-week sales.

“I’m not hallucinating. If people want to buy your album, they’ll buy it whether it leaks or not,” Meek said in response to the leak.