Meek Mill took to Instagram in the early hours of Wednesday to share a video of himself rapping along to an unreleased track produced by 808 Mafia. "VIBING WIT MY CLICK! 👌🏾," he captioned the post as he spit along to the catchy cut in the passenger seat of a car. It's a pretty extensive clip and a good hint at what we can expect from the rapper's new project as we wait for the first single off his Dreamchasers 4.

The preview comes just a few days after Meek teased a collaboration with Quavo of Migos titled, "Difference." Truthfully, the Philly native has been teasing DC4 since 2015, releasing several sneak peeks in the process and referencing the release on many occasions. A few weeks ago, producer Jahlil Beats announced the "tape [is], in fact, complete and that it [will] drop sometime this fall."

Speaking on the new project, Meek opened up to hip-hop app, My Mixtapez. "If I got five dollars for somebody asked me every time when DC4 comes out I’d probably have $5 million right now. It’s a mixtape slash album, basically...This mixtape right here is my reintroduction for the people that doubted me."

According to Meek, DC4 will mark the last time that he raps about violence as he vows to join the fight against violence in the communities in the real world and in his music. AFTER DC4 I won’t continue to rap about extreme violence!!! But I will remain to let my people know in these terrible environments to adapt and survive at any cost." Watch Meek in the clip above and a snipped of his Quavo collaboration below.