(AllHipHop News) After it was determined Meek Mill violated his probation, a judge ruled the Philadelphia native would not be allowed to release any music during his 90-day house arrest sentence. The "All Eyes On You" rhymer is now seeking to get that ruling changed.
TMZ reports Meek's lawyer has appealed in order to allow the MMG rapper the ability to record. Apparently, Meek has a studio in his home that allows him to create music without leaving his residence.
This year has seen Meek drop two projects so far - 4/4 and 4/4 Part 2. He is also reportedly still working on the fourth installment of his Dreamchasers mixtape series. The Maybach Music Group compilation album Self Made 4 is still in the works as well.