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September is almost over, which means we should be getting close to the release of Meek Mill's long-awaited DC4 project. While Meek has yet to announce a date, members of the Dreamchasers Crew previously hinted the project would be out at some point this month.
Well, with the month almost over, Meek is back on Instagram previewing new tracks from the project and they sound fire. One in particular features Migos' Quavo, who is rapping with a fury over the catchy trap beat. The other song, which you can preview above, is possibly titled "Blessed Up," and features a long intro before Meek comes starts rapping with his usual energy. Interestingly enough, Meek wrote in the caption of that post, "Drop when I want, pop when I want."
No word if Meek is finally ready to drop the project, which would be his first full-length effort since he released Dreams Worth More Than Money in 2015, but it certainly seems like he's getting close to giving fans what they want. Of course, of late, Meek has been in a war of words with The Game, and even fired at the Los Angeles rapper on wax over Young M.A.'s "Ooouuu" instrumental. Game later responded over the same beat and Meek has yet to respond to that diss. It's possible that he's fully focused on DC4 at the moment. You can preview the new Meek and Quavo song below .
A video posted by Meek Mill (@meekmill) on Sep 27, 2016 at 6:29pm PDT