It’s unfortunate Meek Mill is still on that no-work-allowed house arrest, where the only music he can release has to be for free, because there really isn’t any reason for Meek to be holding back his Dreamchasers 4 mixtape anymore. After releasing remixes to “Panda” and “Summer Sixteen” — a song he was dissed on — I’ve come to realize, for the most part, people don’t seem to care as much about the goings-on last summer anymore, and it’ll be difficult for Meek to actually push past it if he’s not allowed to, ya know, release more music.
Now, I know what you’re thinking: mixtapes are free. And yeah, typically, they are. But it seems Meek doesn’t want to let this next tape for for free.99, especially after selling a quarter of a million copies of his last full-length project, Dreams Worth More Than Money, in its first week.
Late Tuesday night, Meek Mill took to Instagram to preview two new songs, both featuring Rick Ross, who is also on house arrest (but with far less strict rules). He debuted “Trust Me,” which also features Chris Brown, with the caption, “I can’t drop this shit for free,” along with a Dreamchasers 4 hashtag. So it seems we really won’t be getting the tape until he’s allowed to sell music for money again.
Preview the two songs below.
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