Meek Mill may be in jail, but he’s making sure to keep his name on the streets. The Maybach Music Group rapper just released a new, Boosie-assisted free track called “F— You Mean” for the Web. Meek tweeted the song out — despite having not previously tweeted since July.
It’s noteworthy that Boosie, who guest stars on the track, was himself just released from prison earlier this year.
Mill’s next album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, is expected in December. The project was originally slated to be released last month, but was delayed following Meek Mill’s July sentence to three-to-six months in prison for violating his probation.
No word yet if “F— You Mean” will wind up on Money.
LISTEN TO MEEK MILL’S LATEST TRACK BELOW: