While Meek Mill continues to sit behind bars serving a two to four-year prison sentence, the Philadelphia rapper has dropped a new video for his song "Fall Thru."

The visuals kick off with the Wins & Losses rapper posted up in his car as he calls up the woman in his life to come through. The video then alternates between shots of the two kicking it at home and going on shopping sprees. The video ends with a message of support for the incarcerated rapper, reading, "#JUSTICE4MEEK."

On Tuesday (Nov. 28), the Pennsylvania Superior Court denied Meek's emergency motion to get out on bail. While the denial of the emergency motion may be a setback for the rapper, his lawyers said they gained a victory when the appeals court ordered Judge Genece Brinkley to rule on the bail petition they filed two weeks ago and explain her reasons "without further delay," Philly.com reports. "This is good news," said attorney Peter Goldberger.

The Superior Court ruling came within hours of the rapper's motion for an emergency bail order. "As of this filing, more than 10 days after submission [Brinkley] has taken no action — not even to schedule a hearing — on any petitioner's motions, and in particular not on the bail motion," the petition read.

Meek was sentenced to two to four years in prison after he tested positive for prescription narcotics and was arrested in a fight at a St. Louis airport, as well as a traffic violation in Manhattan. In both arrests, the rapper's charges were reduced after he entered a pretrial diversion program. The city prosecutor, as well as Meek's probation officer did not recommend he be sent to prison.

Check out Meek Mill's latest video below.

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