Meek Mill was on Tuesday night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, acting as both musical guest and interviewee.

Meek was joined by Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin for the interview portion and spoke about his legal predicament, as well as the work he's doing to reform the criminal justice system. Meek was released from jail back in April. Watch the interview below. 

.@MeekMill returns to The Tonight Show for the first time since his release. Watch tonight for the full interview.

— Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) September 5, 2018

What you guys are doing is extraordinary. Thank you guys for what you are starting.

— jimmy fallon (@jimmyfallon) September 5, 2018

For his performance, which you can watch up top, Meek brought out Jeremih and PnB Rock for the Legends of the Summer cut "Dangerous."

Meek's last appearance on Fallon went down in August of last year. Soon after, the rapper was arrested on charges of reckless endangerment once police caught wind of an IG post showing Meek riding a dirt bike in NYC. 

Earlier this month, Meek and Dream Chasers donated more than 6,000 backpacks, which were filled with school supplies, to Philadelphia public school students. "Growing up in Philly, I’ve watched families struggle to make ends meet and buy basic school supplies for their kids," Meek said via a statement. "Those memories stay with me and that’s why I’m committed to giving back to families in my hometown, putting smiles on kids’ faces and helping them start the school year on the right note with the right supplies."