To say the second half of 2015 wasn’t kind to Meek Mill is an understatement. No matter how you spin it, one moment derailed all of the momentum the Philly Flyer had once he released Dreams Worth More Than Money in June. News on multiple fronts hit Meek left and right and the only people who decided to stick by his side were Nicki Minaj, his Dreamchasers label, diehard fans and family. In other words, those who stuck to Meek for non-superficial reasons were the only ones to remind him of what he actually won in 2015.

Right before he went to the Philadelphia 76ers game tonight, he had already set social media on fire with a brand new EP, a collection of tracks that either will or won’t make his anticipated Dreamchasers 4 tape. Titled 4/4, the EP centers around the things that make Meek one of the best street guys around, plus a stand alone collaboration with longtime producer Jahlil Beats. “FBH (Fuck Being Humble)” reunites the two where Jahlil beats takes a SNK audio sample and pairs it with his standard assortment of drums & snares. How does Meek attack it? With his typical high energy delivery, stunting and celebrating the excess that comes with being rich and happy.

Everyone’s going to focus on the “Jumpman” sampling “I’m The Plug” freestyle where he may or may not be taking shots at Drake or Lira Galore or 50 Cent but the other three records from 4/4, starting with “Pray For Em” are solid, unapologetic Meek tracks. The only way Meek can shake off 2015 is to firmly keep his head down and release hot records. Other than that, he’ll continue having a rather lame 74-year-old Canadian politician trolling him for retweets on social media. Or Canada’s Hilary Clinton, whichever you prefer. Stream 4/4 from Meek Mill below.