Meek Mill, Quavo and Offset are up to something.

Last night (Aug. 15), the Philly rapper posted footage of his studio session with the Migos, which contains clips of their upcoming song. In the video, we can see Meek Mill and Quavo in the studio working on the new banger with Offset and Takeoff in the background. According to Meek's caption, the song will most likely be called "Maxing" featuring Dream Chasers producer Nick Papz.

This isn't the first time Meek and the Migos connected on wax. Back in 2016, the Dream Chaser founder recruited Quavo to appear on the Sonny Digital-produced song "The Difference" for his DC4 project. Then, earlier this year, Meek, Quavo and Offset joined forces on Jahlil Beats' "Basic Bitch," which appears on Jahlil's Legend Era 4 mixtape. A few months later, Meek and Quavo joined 21 Savage and YG for Mustard's song "100 Bands." Needless to say, Meek and the Migos have built up a strong working relationship over the years.

Most of Meek's dedicated fans have known that new music is on the way. Back in June, he told a fan during a session of #AskMeek that he planned to drop new music in a few weeks. A month later (July 21), Meek Mill promised new music after he posted a video of him performing his beloved "Dreams and Nightmares" intro with a cryptic caption. “New pack dropping soon,” Meek wrote in the caption with a mindblown emoji.

There's no confirmation on when Meek's new song with Quavo and Offset is dropping. For now, listen to the clip from their session below.

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