Prison Can't Keep Meek Mill From Dropping A New Song, Or Tweeting

Listen to 'F--k You Mean' featuring Boosie Badazz.

Meek Mill is not officially a free man yet, but the Maybach Music Group rapper just let a new song go free for the streets titled, “F--k You Mean.”

The Philly representer hasn’t tweeted from his Twitter account since July, but somehow, someway, he got the word out about his new song.

Coincidentally -- or maybe not -- the hard-charging track features Lil Boosie Boosie Badazz who was just released from prison himself earlier this year.

“I ask yo b---h do all this money make her nervous, she doing good and Imma pay her for her service," Mill raps. "When bosses talkin’ shut yo mouth if you a worker, cause I been workin’ chasing money like I’m hurtin’/ Getting p---y in my Maybach, I think the driver heard us."

The Baton Rouge MC, who recently dropped the “Lil” from his stage name, jumps in with the same lyrical fury as his cohort.

“I keep a hundred grand in these Robin jeans, what the f--k you mean?/ B---hes left me in prison, they threw away they dreams/ I’m the leader of a Mad Max murder team."

No word on whether this banger will end up on Meek’s upcoming album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, but even if it doesn’t make the cut, this is a sign that he'll be bringing the heat when he comes home.