Meek Mill had a 2018 that he’ll likely never forget, as in the midst of becoming the face of criminal justice reform, he also dropped his fourth studio album Championships to both critical acclaim and commercial success.
Now the Philly emcee is looking to start off the new year with the same momentum, as behind the scenes footage has been released for an upcoming music video for his track “Going Bad,” produced by Weston Weiss and Wheezy while featuring his former arch nemesis in Drake.
This is Meek and Drake’s first collaboration since R.I.C.O, the infamous record that led to ghostwriting accusations and their original well-publicized fallout. The two artists reconciled sometime last year, while back in September, Drake brought Meek out on stage during the Aubrey & The Three Amigos Tour. As for the upcoming music video, it appears to involve an all-star supporting cast, as in the short clip Nipsey Hussle, DJ Mustard, J. Prince and T.I. can be seen at the round table just to name a few, while earlier in the week Meek tweeted that the “Going Bad video is about to be epic 🏆🏆🏆”