Meek Mill may still be behind bars, but that isn’t stopping the Philadelphia emcee — and his team — from releasing new material. This week we in turn receive the official music video for “1942 Flows.”

Directed by Spike Jordan, the aesthetic finds Meek Mill being released from prison and enjoying life as a free man once again. The visual kicks off as he is questioned by reporters, to which he responds, “I feel like a free slave, you know? I feel like I’ve been targeted by certain people. Just being out on the streets and knowing somebody can take your freedom at any time; you got cops, you see they charged me up on felonies. They seen me riding a bike, that kind of says it all.”

“1942 Flows” is featured on Meek’s 2017 album, Wins and Losses. The video ultimately arrives as the 30-year-old rapper was once again denied bail just last week.

For more, check out the best quotes from Meek Mill’s recent prison interview.

Not NYC, not LA.