With a certain Toronto rapper gearing up to drop a major release in the coming weeks, there is a growing suspicion that Meek Mill, this certain rapper’s nemesis of late, will drop a project of his own. While initial word was that Dreamchasers 4 would hit the net on April 29, the same day as Drake’s Views From the 6, Atlantic Records deaded that notion pretty quickly. But still, recent Instagram posts published by Meek seem to suggest that the latest installment in his mixtape series will see the light of day sooner rather than later.
In two IG videos included above and below, Meek previews two new tracks, one of which is “Trust Me” featuring Rick Ross and Chris Brown. Both songs seem to feature Ross, as the above snippet previews a high-octane boasting and barking track that has Rozay rapping such lines as “Balenciaga’s like they Nike’s, nigga / Five bitches in the club, all wifies, nigga.”
Below, Brown croons on a more understated track that Meek tags with #dc4, writing, “I can’t drop this shit for free.” A judge recently allowed Meek to return to making music, provided that said music is released on free music streaming services. Earlier this month, Meek dropped a “Panda” and “Summer Sixteen” freestyle via SoundCloud, abiding by the judge’s ruling.
As Meek preps to release Dreamchasers 4, what will be his first full length project since his sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money from 2015, all eyes will be on the rapper to see if the damage done by his beef with Drake will have any lasting impact on his music. Listen to the two snippets Meek provided both up top and just below.
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