On the heels of announcing his Epic Records deal and the release of two singles working toward his tenth studio album, T.I. returns with the Meek Mill-assisted "Jefe" visual on Wednesday (Sept. 12). The Nathan R. Smith helmed clip finds the rap titans entering a dust-filled saloon that ends up reviving citizens of a village plagued by gruesome warfare.
Bangladesh's horn-laden production instantly flips the crime scene into an all-out celebration. The visual seems to be inspired by Southern Mexico's Day of the Dead that normally runs from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2. Most of the cameos throughout the video are laced with haunting calavera skull facepaint to accompany Meek and Tip's bristling rhymes.
The ATL trap pioneer continues to gear up for the release of his anticipated Dime Trap album, which is slated to drop before 2018's out. Additionally, he connected with Memphis rapper Yo Gotti for "Wraith" last week (Sept. 7). Meek Mill finally found some common ground with Drake, bringing their longstanding feud to an entertaining close. The pair of former adversaries reunited on stage Saturday night (Sept. 8) for a heartwarming embrace during a Boston stop of the Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour.
Watch the "Jefe" video below.