Meek Mill returns with “Flamerz Flow” visual

It looks like Meek Mill season is once again approaching. Back in April, the Philadelphia star decided to put his own spin on Drake and Rick Ross’ “Lemon Pepper Freestyle.” Now, he returns with a new single titled “Flamerz Flow,” a Dat Boi Squeeze and 30 Roc-produced effort that sees Meek doing what he does best — delivering hard-hitting bars about past struggles and current successes:

“One false move, you a goner, we was maskin’ up before corona, young nigga hangin’ out the Bentley, wide arms swing around the corner, paper tag this is not a loaner, drug dealer, this one for the owners, this ain’t for the leasers, Tom Ford loafers, you could never tie my sneakers, put her on the block list, I’m like ‘Bye Felicia!’”

Directed by Carters Vision, the accompanying clip for “Flamerz Flow” is a collection of footage showing what’s presumed to be Meek’s everyday lifestyle. The Dream Chasers head honcho can be seen in the studio with Bobby Shmurda, at a party with Dave East, and more — as signature in many of Meek’s previous videos, plenty of dirt bikes are also spotted on a highway.

Last year, Meek Mill did provide his fans with some music with Quarantine Pack, a four-track EP that saw additional contributions from Lil Durk, Vory, and 42 Dugg. He also took a leading role in the drama Charm City Kings, which also starred Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Will Catlett, and Teyonah Parris — the film was mainly centered around Baltimore’s motorbike culture. Meek’s last official LP, Championships, was released in 2018 and featured assists from Cardi B, JAY-Z, Rick Ross, Drake, Kodak Black, 21 Savage, Fabolous, Future, Roddy Ricch, and more. A massive success, that album peaked at the top of the Billboard 200 and has since earned Meek a Platinum certication.

Press play on “Flamerz Flow” below.

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