A judge has granted permission to Meek Mill to release new tracks while he's under house arrest as long as he doesn't make any money from it. A judge had initially told Meek Mill that he couldn't record new music while under house arrest but that has been reversed in order to 'protect his brand'. According to TMZ, as soon as he got the permission, he did a new remix of Drake's Summer Sixteen track last week...a diss track. However, there is a caveat to the permission - he cannot make any money off these new tracks so has to drop them on free platforms like SoundCloud and YouTube.
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