Meek Mill is finally back with a full-on mixtape, DC4, the fourth part of his esteemed Dreamchasers mixtape series that launched in 2011 and got follow-ups in '12 and '13. Although he dropped a two-part EP, 4/4, in January, this is his first full-length project since the never-ending Drake beef started in summer 2015.
DC4 runs a robust 55 minutes and features bae Nicki Minaj, ATLien du jour 21 Savage, ATLien for life Young Thug, Pusha T, French Montana and more. Acknowledging the Drake stuff early is another one of his opponents, Tory Lanez, who references Drizzy's oft-named ghostwriter on track three: "See, we be both makin' M's / They be makin' memes, I be makin' millions / I just counted up a Quentyn Miller / A QM, that's a quarter milli."
Stream Meek Mill's DC4 now, and grab it on iTunes if you're really Team Meek:
In July, Meek said his fourth and final Dreamchasers tape would be his last time depicting extreme violence. “But I will remain to let my people know in these terrible environments to adapt and survive at any cost because," he wrote, "US BLACK PEOPLE ARE STILL AT WAR WITH OURSELVES AND THE SYSTEM IN REAL LIFE!"
Rihmeek's last studio album was June 2015's Dreams Worth More Than Money. Listen to Fuse's latest Back of the Class podcast episode, where we get hyped for DC4: