According to Complex, Meek Mill might release his highly anticipated mixtape “Dreamchasers 4” the same day Drake will drop “Views From The 6” on Apple Music. Meek Mill has yet to confirm the release date, but a countdown posted on the website Datpiff lined up with April 29. The countdown has since been removed and it now says “Coming Soon” instead. Fans will have to wait until April 29 to see if Meek Mill tries to take momentum away from Drake’s anticipated album drop.
When Drake released the diss track “Back to Back” he rapped “I don’t wanna hear about this ever again,” after he roasted the “All Eyes On You” rapper. Meek Mill appears unwilling to let the beef go and keeps finding new ways to stir the pot.
Meek Mill has recently taken it upon himself to remix Drake’s “Summer Sixteen” and “Back to Back,” according to Hot New Hip Hop. It’s possible both or at least one of these remixes could find their way onto “Dreamchasers 4.” Meek Mill has also put out a diss track towards Drake called “War Pain” off his recent EP “4/4 Part 2.” You can listen to the track below:
While Meek Mill continues to bring the feud up, Drake has kept quiet and has instead been focusing on new music. Since January, Drake has put out three new songs off “Views From The 6,” which includes “Summer Sixteen,” “Pop Style” and “One Dance.” The “Hotline Bling” rapper has been teasing an April release since January and last weekend he settled on April 29 as the release date.
The feud between the two rappers started when Meek Mill took to Twitter on July 21 and told people not to compare him to Drake because Drake doesn't write his own raps. Drake responded by releasing two diss songs, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back,” while Meek Mill fired back with “Wanna Know.”