Meek Mill takes his preambles critically. The Philly native did it as soon as once more together with his inspiring "Intro" off his long-awaited Championships album, which dropped to shut out November. Meek returned on Monday (Dec. 10) with the galvanizing visible to the Phil Collins-sampling "Intro."
The 31-year-old candidly narrates his rise from the trenches to changing into the person that he's as we speak, which wasn't executed alone. Meek makes positive to not overlook about his Dreamchasers crew and their timeless loyalty to him all through his trials and tribulations. The Kid Art-directed gritty clip even sees cameos from Harlem's Melii, who appeared on Championships deep reduce "Wit The Shits," Casanova, and Chicago's Lil Durk.
"I simply really feel like the way in which it was put collectively was wanted in these occasions proper now," Meek informed The Breakfast Club final week (Dec. 6). "Kendrick sells this on his block, J. Cole sells this on his block, and I all the time simply needed to have my very own block. I simply suppose there was a large open area for somebody to do it. This sort of music is a few shit that a lot of individuals might relate to."
Check out the celebratory "Intro" video under.