Meek Mill's DC4 stormed out the gates with a handful of videos, Meek releasing four in five days earlier this month. In the time since, he's cooled off on the drops, but lands a new flick just before Thanksgiving, taking over what looks to be Rick Ross's crib for "On the Regular," the DC4 opener. Ross isn't featured on the track, but makes an appearance here, draped in a Versace blanket, breaking down the particulars on a tobacco leaf painting of himself and old newspaper archives he purchased for over $60,000.

From late October to early November, Meek dropped videos for "Way Up," “Shine,” “The Difference,” and “Blue Notes” announcing his comeback in a major way. Shoprtly after, the Philly rapper announced a follow-up mixtape, writing on Instagram that DC4.5 would be dropping "any day." There hasn't been any indication that that accompaniment is any closer, with Meek appearing on DJ Clue’s Power 105.1 radio show last week, spitting a freestyle.

DC4 continues to make an impact on the Hot 100 chart, "Litty" featuring Tory Lanez currently sitting at no. 85. As recently as two weeks ago, half of the project was charting, with "Litty" peaking at no. 49. “Froze," “Offended,” “On the Regular,” “The Difference,” “Blue Notes” and “Blessed Up” also registered.

Check the "On the Regular" video up above, Meek rapping from a tarmac, with several Ross art pieces featured as well.

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