Though the 2020 that Meek Mill had planned was likely very different from the 2020 that unfolded — he was set to play a huge headlining set at Roots Picnic, for instance — he’s nonetheless stayed productive during the COVID era.

This year the Philly rapper collab’d with Justin Timberlake, teamed up with Jay-Z to advocate for criminal justice reform across the United States, starred in Charm City Kings, and now released a new project called Quarantine Pack that’s short and sweet but hits hard.

The EP finds Meek teaming up with Vory, Lil Durk, an 42 Dugg on four cuts, and the vibe of the music is split between adrenaline-raising trap bangers (“Middle Of It,” “GTA”) and trippy, contemplative melodic hits (“Pain Away,” “Think It’s A Game”).

Listen below via Spotify, and watch the “Pain Away” video featuring Lil Durk. For additional Meek viewing, check out Rahman Wortman’s recent revisit of his 2008 freestyle at WKDU studios.