You know what it is. Friday mornings are my absolute favorite because new music drops overnight. This morning I woke up in Jackpot, Nevada for one of our Chippendales bus trips with a ton of new music to listen to.

After much teasing on social media, Meek Mill and Justin Timberlake finally dropped their new collaboration "Believe" today, along with an accompanying video directed by Maxime Quoilin, Entertainment Tonight reports.

Meek Mill previously described the song as "for motivational purposes only," and said he wanted the video to be about people working to overcome obstacles. "I want somebody who got paralyzed and working to get out of a wheelchair, somebody who come from, might be working on a job, getting fired from a job, people overcoming the illest s**t in the world," he said.

Justin Timberlake talked about working with Mill back in October, saying he'd told his publishers he wanted to work with fresh new artists and feel the energy of "people that I think are truly amazing."

JT seems like he's been working on a lot of new music, and I love to see it. He's rumored to have a new album in the works and coming out sometime in 2020. Meek Mill has a new documentary out right now that details his legal battles, and it's already in the cue for this weekend. Peep their song below.