Meek Mill is on house arrest but the "dream chaser" isn't letting that stop him from crafting hits. The Philadelphia rapper teased his fans with a new heater, "Trust Me" featuring Chris Brown and Rick Ross.

In his latest track, Breezy brings his famous voice as he sings "If you can trust me" during the bridge. In the background, Ross provides some adlibs like "need you to trust me" before heading into a verse.

While we're already feigning to throw this track on our playlists, fans may have to wait awhile for that. Although a judge granted Meek permission to release music, the ruling also stated that he can't make any money off of it. So it's unlikely that fans will get to hear the full version of the track anytime soon -- especially since he isn't planning on releasing it for free. 

"I can't drop this s--- for free. #another1," read the caption of the Instagram clip. The 28-year-old rapper's case is set to be re-evaluated in June so hopefully the judge will overturn his decision so we can enjoy the track in full and he can get off of his house arrest.

Meek is also gearing up for Dreamchasers 4, which is the fourth installment of his mixtape series. It's unclear where "Trust Me" will land though since the Dreamchasers mixtape series were released for free.

Stay tuned and we'll let you know.

Check out the teaser above.