2015 hasn't exactly gone the way Meek Mill may have envisioned. After pushing his sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money back to a June release date, Meek's music was overshadowed by a beef with Drake in which the Toronto rapper outpaced and out shined the instigating Meek.

Many wondered how and if the aggressive Meek would be able to rebound from the audio scuffle and it looks like he'll be doing so by getting back to his mixtape roots. Early this morning, Meek posted the cover art for the fourth installment of his Dreamchasers series onto Instagram writing, "I wanna believe in everything but I'm too far gone! #DC4."

The artwork is a departure from the previous Dreamchaser covers, which all blended Meek's portrait with a smoke motif. If anything, the origami dollars are more reminiscent of "Check," one of the later singles off Dreams Worth More Than Money.

There's no release date as of yet for Dreamchasers 4, though the art does suggest a Christmas-time drop. Th previous Dreamchasers tapes helped establish Meek as a potent force in hip-hop so perhaps another installment will reaffirm his rightful place.