Now listen, before I start this album review, I want to say one thing: I really like Meek Mill. I have been listening to him for many years (since the first Self-Made from MMG, a group he is a part of, spearheaded by the rapper Rick Ross). When Drake vs. Meek was happening, I was always in his camp, and even now I still reside in camp Meek. I have listened to basically everything he has put out. So, this review is totally not biased at all. With that, let me say, thank you Meek Mill. Welcome back; I missed you. I really enjoy this album. It suffers from the same trappings all of Meek Mill’s albums and mixtapes do, as it kinda all blends together and sounds the same, but it’s great since it also has all his strengths. Meek Mill is exceptional at just pumping you up and getting you excited. The intro and outro are both very solid, as usual (seriously Meek’s intros and outros are always on point). Also, Lil Snupe’s verse in the outro makes me very sad that he passed away, and it is very cool that Meek is still putting Lil Snupe’s verses into his songs. Other features include Tory Lanez, Nicki Minaj (of course she will appear at one point), Quavo, Don Q, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Lil Uzi Vert, YFN Lucci, Tracy T, Pusha T (so happy he was on this album, I missed him rapping), Gourdan Banks, and French Montana. All these features do a very solid job. So yes, Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers 4 is highly enjoyable.