Photo: Adrien Vargas // REVOLT
  /  04.20.2016

Meek Mill is stuck in a tough position. As a part of his probation, a judge ruled he could continue to record and release music…only if the tunes are for free.

With that said, the Philly rapper previewed a new track late last night (April 19) titled “Trust Me,” which features Chris Brown and Rick Ross.

The melodic number sounds like a surefire hit, so much so that Meek wrote on the Instagram caption “I can’t drop this shit for free.”

So, DC4 might not be arriving as soon as we thought.


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