Meek Mill Unveils 'Dreamchasers 4' Mixtape Cover

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Meek Mill performs at DTE Energy Center during The Pinkprint Tour on July 31, 2015 in Clarkston, Michigan. 

Meek Mill has kept a low profile since his squabble with Drake but the beef hasn’t stopped him from working.

The MMG rapper unveiled the cover art for his upcoming mixtape Dreamchasers 4 on Thursday, Nov. 19. "I wanna believe in everything but I'm too far gone! #DC4," he wrote in the caption.

 

I wanna believe in everything but I'm too far gone! #DC4

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Meek’s Dreamchasers series put the Philadelphia rapper on the map. His breakout hits “House Party” and “Ima Boss” featuring his MMG boss, Rick Ross, were featured in the inaugural 'tape that dropped in 2011. 

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Critics awaited a full-on diss record from Meek aimed at Drake -- who released “Charged Up” and “Back To Back” after Meek sparked Drizzy ghostwriting rumors on his timeline earlier this year -- only to receive radio silence.

No release date for DC4 has been revealed. 


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