Last month, Meek Mill blessed his fans with a four-track EP titled QUARANTINE PACK, which sees additional features from 42 Dugg, Lil Durk, and more. Today, he drops off a new visual from the quick-strike release for “Middle Of It,” which features rising star Vory and sees production from Xander and Papamitrou. As with other recent drops, the Philly star can be heard flexing his rockstar lifestyle on wax:
“I’m not the leader but follow the lead, poppin’ some shit that’s out of your league, shawty identical, Bella Hadid, she beggin’, tellin’ me “please,” the Patek keep tellin’ her to freeze.../
The visual adds to the overall flare via footage Meek Mill on an Atlanta excursion rocking flashy jewelry, showing off his whips with his crew, and otherwise hamming it up for the cameras in general. Meek can also be spotted wearing 70’s attire during his appearance at 21 Savage’s retro-themed birthday party that took place back in October.
Previously, this year saw Meek Mill liberating loose cuts like the heartfelt “Letter to Nipsey” with Roddy Ricch, “Believe” with Justin Timberlake, and “Otherside of America,” the last of which spoke to the social injustices that continue to take place in our communities. His last official studio album, Championships, was released back in 2018 — that project became Meek’s second number one album on the Billboard 200 thanks to 229,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release.
In related news, Meek Mill was recently called out on social media after posting a video showing him giving 20 dollars to some kids selling water on the street while in his Rolls-Royce. He later returned to the internet to respond to the backlash:
“They appreciated it they just hustling kids .....”
Fans can press play on “Middle Of It” below.