So it turns out even a prison sentence can't stop the release of new Meek Mill music. Very recently, Trav unveiled the incarcerated rapper's newest verse on "Blow My High," a single from the N.Y. rapper's forthcoming Queens Raised a King (QRAK) album.

Featuring a relaxed, ethereal instrumental, the new track finds Trav and Meek making a simple request: don't mess up their high. Trav handles the hook on the track, using a bit of AutoTune to turn in a smooth melody.

For his part, Meek turns in one of his typically aggressive flows, reminding fans what they'll be missing out on if he actually has to serve out the entirety of his sentence. "Niggas counted me out, should've counted me in/Mess up the count with the milli, fuck it we count it again," Meek spits on the track.

Trav says the two recorded the track while on the West Coast. "Free My Dawg @meekmill Gave Me A 🔥🔥🔥Verse We Made This In LA......🗽 #FreeMeekMill #PreOrderLinkInBio #BlowMyHigh #QRAK #DC #MBB🌍," Trav wrote in the caption for an Instagram post about the new track.

Trav's Queens Raised a King album is all set to drop on Dec. 8, and it features guest appearances from the likes of Tory Lanez, Belly, Blac Youngsta, Don Q, Lil Durk, and more.

Listen to "Blow My High" below.

TravMBB via SoundCloud

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