Meek Mill pulls up with a new visual

On Thursday afternoon (Feb. 7), Meek Mill unloaded his video for "Going Bad," a Drake-assisted, top 10 Billboard Hot 100-charting single off Meek's Championships album.

The Westen Weiss and Wheezy-produced track is the first collaboration between Meek and Drizzy since their highly-publicized fallout in 2015, which Meek references in his verse.

In the visual for the track, Meek and Drizzy kick it with some power players like T.I., Nipsey Hussle, PnB Rock, Mustard, Shy Glizzy and more as they stroll through what looks like a lavish hotel. They're all suited up, too, completely jumping into the mob angle of the visual.

On the song itself, Meek Mill spits about his current status in the game while letting loose some of his typically menacing bars. "I could fit like 80 racks in my Amiris/Me and Drizzy back-to-back, it's gettin' scary," Meek spits. "If you fuckin' with my opps, just don't come near me/Put some bands all on your head like Jason Terry!"

For his part, Drizzy spits about how he recently surpassed The Beatles' record for the most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hits in a single calendar year. "Back home, smokin' legal/I got more slaps than The Beatles," he raps. "Foreign shit runnin' on diesel, dawg/Playin' with my name, that shit is lethal, dawg!"

The visual follows Meek's previous Championships releases, "Trauma" and "Intro."

Watch Meek Mill and Drake's "Going Bad" video below.

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