For those of you who are waiting patiently for Meek Mill to release his Dreamchasers 4 project, it looks like it coming sooner than later.

Earlier Monday morning (Aug. 22), the Philly spitfire hop on his Instagram account to announce the release date for DC4. In a photo (see above), Meek is having some celebratory fun with his crew at a nightclub. In the caption it reads, “THE TRAP WILL B FOREVER LIT...THEY MAD THAT COMMERCIAL TALK CANT EFFECT THE KID! ? MY HOOD WAS OUT LAST NIGHT! DC4 SEPT...”

Now we need to know the exact date fans will be able to hear the project. Nevertheless, DC4 is the fourth installment of his popular mixtape series.

There's no word if Meek will have some diss songs aimed at his rap nemesis Drake. Although their rap feud was over last year, Drizzy has been throwing shots at the Maybach Music Group rapper on his "Summer Sixteen" tour.

Drake is so bold that he insulted Meek on his home turf at his Philly stop on Sunday (Aug. 21). Wearing an Allen Iverson 76ers jersey, he changed the lyrics of “Trophies” from “This a f—them-boys, forever-hold-a-grudge song” to “f—that-boy-forever, I hold a grudge son.” He also rapped some new “Still Here” lyrics: “Man you not really from Philly and they can tell n----.” To finish it off, he changed up the lyrics of “Back to Back.” “I did another one, I did another one / I even did this s--- in Philly, man another one.”

So disrespectful. Meek Mill hasn't responded to Drake yet, but hopefully, he'll have answer for him on Dreamchasers 4.