MEEK MILL DROPS ‘AMEN’ VIDEO FEAT. DRAKE
by: Trent Fitzgerald
Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill has released his new video for his controversial single ‘Amen’ on Sunday (July 15), a day of worship for most religious people. The clip, directed by Dre Films, features fellow rhyme-slingerDrake and the backdrop of Mill’s beloved hometown of Philadelphia.
In the video, Mill gives viewers a taste of the good life, which entails a night of popping champagne bottles in the club and hitting the road on the Club Paradise Tour with Drizzy. “Bottle after bottle / Drink until I overdose / Pull up in the Phantom and watch them catch the Holy Ghost,” spits Mill.
There are plenty of cameos in the clip from rappers J. Cole, Fat Joe, Travis Porter, Waka Flocka Flame, Jermaine Dupri and French Montana. We also get shots of various product placements in the video from Puma sneakers to Skull Candy headphones. We can only guess that they have tithed the Church of Mill for the quick looks.
Elsewhere, Mill and Drake give praises to the Almighty on the iconic steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art where Sylvester Stallone ran up in the movie ‘Rocky.’
Meek Mill will bless his congregation of rap fans with his debut LP ‘Dreams & Nightmares’ on Aug. 28. Amen!