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Meek Mill has made a few calls to the outside world since being sentenced to house arrest in February. Last month, he and Rick Ross—who's also serving a more lenient house arrest sentence—posted photos of their ankle-monitor bracelets to Instagram. And today, Meek made a bigger statement on social media, previewing a track called "Trust Me," which apparently features Chris Brown and, of course, Ricky Rozay. 

Give the preview snippet a whirl below, via the rapper's Instagram:

Meek also posted another rough track, albeit with a more cryptic caption that reads: "DC x MMG". Check that out below: 

So will the fans get to listen to these tracks via Spotify and other streaming services in the near future? The short answer is no. Earlier this month, TMZ reported that although a judge cleared Meek to record new music while serving the remainder of his sentence, he's only able to release music on free streaming services like Soundcloud and to YouTube. Being that Meek can't recoup any compensation for music released under the duration of his sentence, it appears that this one will remain in the vault for a bit.