However, he's not allowed to charge for it.
Last month it was reported that Meek Mill was not allowed to record or release music while under house arrest, so it came as a great surprise when his remix of Drake's "Summer Sixteen" arrived earlier this week. Today, TMZ cleared up the confusion, uncovering that Meek has been given the green light to release music while serving his sentence -- on one condition -- that it's released free of charge.
Somehow, we don't see Meek fans complaining about the rapper is only allowed to put his mediums like YouTube and SoundCloud for the time being, which the court reportedly ruled would be allowed in order to "protect his brand".
Seeing that he still has a lot of time on his hands, we suspect more music could be on the way soon. Perhaps he may even drop that Dreamchasers 4 project he's been hinting at since last year?