Months after Meek Mill had a very public beef with Drake, the "All Eyes On You" rapper looks like he's ready to turn the page and get back to making music. Meek Mill took to Instagram to tease fans about his upcoming mixtape, "Dreamchasers 4." After months of silence, will Meek Mill have a Drake diss on the new mixtape?
Thursday, Mill posted a picture on Instagram with the caption, "I wanna believe in everything but I'm too far gone! #DC4." The picture had money folded up in the shape of a Christmas Tree, which some speculate could mean the mixtape will drop in December.
The "Dreamchasers" mixtapes are what led to Mill's rise a rapper. In August 2011, Meek Mill released the first "Dreamchasers" mixtape, which featured the songs "Ima Boss" and "House Party." He would eventually go on to release two full length albums, including "Dreams and Nightmares" (2012) and "Dreams Worth More Than Money" (2015). Many believe the 28-year-old rapper could use a big, successful release after getting coming up short against Drake during their summer beef.
Meek Mill's feud with Drake started in July after he tweeted that Drake uses ghostwriters for songs and said he didn't want to be compared to the "Started From The Bottom" rapper. He posted his comments after Drake appeared on the song "R.I.C.O." off of "Dreams Worth More Than Money." The two then traded diss tracks when Drake released "Charged Up" and "Back To Back" while Meek Mill responded with "Wanna Know." Their beef appears to be over, but there were reports in October that Meek Mill was in the studio working on another diss track that was going to be released on Oct. 24. The track, however, was never released. Will it appear on his new mixtape?
Drake on the other hand, has had a very successful year musically. He released two mixtapes this year, "If You're Reading This It's Too Late" and "What A Time To Be Alive," both of which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. It's reported that his next studio album, "Views From the 6," will be released on Jan. 6, 2016.
Listen to Meek Mill's song with Drake "R.I.C.O." below: