Fresh out of jail, Meek Mill is eager to pick up where he left off and reclaim his position as one of the game's most respected MCs, which is evident from the new songs that he previewed during a recent studio session.

Whether the tracks are for his next album, 'Dreams Worth More Than Money,' is unclear, but either way, they all sound strong and contain the rapper's signature high-pitched and high-octave flow.

On one of the songs, it seems that Meek is recounting his days behind bars, and he doesn't spare much detail about how hard it was for him. "You ever wash out your drawers in the same water you s--- / Doing your push ups right on the floor where you piss," he rhymes over a slow, menacing beat.

Another cut finds the MMG spitter rapping fast over an uptempo track, with heavy bass and bell chimes. "I see these haters look at me like I owe something / You looking mad I'll probably throw you something / I see you flexing with that money and I know you frontin' / I caught cases never told you nothing," he spits, performing each song on camera.

The third snippet sounds bigger than the first two, complete with hard drums and a choir for a dramatic feel.

If people weren't excited for Meek's new album before, they certainly should be now. This may be some of the Philly native's best work yet.

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