Yesterday (June 19) we reported that Meek Mill and Tee Grizzley had hit the studio together, and we even heard a preview of some of the work they put in. Now we've gotten a sample of another one of their collabs, and, appropriately enough, it's a remix of Grizzley's star-making debut single, "First Day Out." Check out the preview for yourself below.

The song, which appears on Grizzley's My Moment project, was the track he dropped following his release from prison last year, and it pretty much introduced him to the rap world. With its transition from slow, sentimental sounding piano keys to hyperactive, ominous keystrokes and aggressive lyrics from Grizzley, it's been seen as a sort of spiritual successor to Meek's "Dreams and Nightmares," the opening track of his debut album of the same name. So it's only right Meek Milly blessed the "First Day Out (Remix)" himself.

In an Instagram video posted by Grizzley himself, we see the Detroit rapper cruising down a highway blasting his remix of the song, and we get to hear a part of the Philly artists bars. Let's just say few things feel more right.

"Caught these niggas pocket-watching, they like what it pay/Bitch bad like Beyonce, sipping lemonade," Meek spits, in the bar following a one lyric from Grizzley. Could the remix feature a joint verse from the two? Maybe.

All signs point toward Meek and Grizzley cooking up some fire over the last few days, and we can't wait to hear it.

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