In the midst of his ongoing feud with Drake, Meek Mill finally announced when fans can expect his highly anticipated mixtape “Dreamchasers 4” to be released. The Philadelphia rapper has been promoting the project since last year, but revealed in an Instagram post that it will be dropping in September.

Posting a photo of him in the club holding a stack of money, Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend, wrote: “THE TRAP WILL B FOREVER LIT. THEY MAD THAT COMMERCIAL TALK CANT EFFECT THE KID! MY HOOD WAS OUT LAST NIGHT! DC4 SEPT.”

The 29-year-old rapper opened up about the project last week telling My Mixtapez that it will be a “reintroduction” for everyone that doubted him and tried to “bury” him. “I’ve been going through real things,” he said (via Vibe). “I like to take my time. Me? I never let fans determine when I drop my music. I never moved off the world of a fan. People can’t just tell me, ‘Drop music tomorrow.’ I don’t do it like that. I move on my own timing. If anybody know me, you been in the booth with me, you know, I create my own. I don’t got a writing team … when it comes to me putting these things together, it’s me.”

Last month, Mill shared a partial tracklist for “Dreamchasers 4” revealing that it will include 17 songs and collaborations with Minaj, Pusha T, Akon and Lil Uzi Vert. It’s long been rumored that “Dreamchasers 4” will also include a few diss songs aimed at Drake. Complex reported in January that Mill’s remix to Drake’s “Back to Back” could appear on the project.

Drake and Mill have been feuding since last July when Mill accused the Toronto rapper of using a ghostwriter. It seemed for a while that things had calmed down between them, but recently Drake has been taking jabs at Mill during stops on his “Summer Sixteen” tour. During a show in Philadelphia Sunday Drake changed the words to some of his songs to diss Mill.

Meek Mill Dreamchasers 4 release date Meek Mill’s “Dreamchasers 4” mixtape will be released in September. Pictured: Mill at the debut of Dreamchasers x Puma Collab in Philadelphia, on July 15, 2016. Photo: Getty Images