A lot of people are listening to Meek Mill's new DC4 mixtape. Seven of the songs from the Maybach Music Group artist's latest project are currently charting on the Billboard Hot 100.

The Tory Lanez-assisted "Litty" is the highest charting track, landing at No. 49. "Froze, "Offended," "On the Regular," "The Difference," "Blue Notes" and "Blessed Up" are the other DC4 cuts featured on this week's Hot 100 chart.

The performance of Meek's DC4 should quiet any talk that his penchant for beef has hurt his career. If anything, it has helped keep him name out there better than any single or music video could. He might even be plotting to drop DC4.5 any day now.

Meek just opened up about his most prominent rivalry during an appearance on the Tax Season Podcast. The Philadelphia rapper explained how he and Drake differ in their approach to battling.

"I ain't think it was no shit that people was gonna be like, ‘you got killed.’ I thought it was hot,” Meek said of Drake’s “Back to Back” single. “Like when we shoot at niggas, you gotta shoot a nigga through the heart. When you wake up in the mirror, you looking in the mirror, you hearing what the nigga told you, some shit about yourself that you can’t even deal with. That’s how we battle where we come from.”

Meek's issues with Drake are far from over. The Dreamchasers boss will not even allow Drake's music to be played in a venue he's patronizing.

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