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The Kid Art-directed clip features scenes of scantily clad women, stacks of money, fancy cars and luxury goods.

AceShowbiz - Back in July, Meek Mill released his first EP since leaving prison, "Legend of the Summer", that featured track "Dangerous" featuring Jeremih and PnB Rock. After a few months, a music video for the song was finally released on Tuesday, October 30.

The Kid Art-directed clip features scenes of scantily clad women, stacks of money, fancy cars and luxury goods. There are also black-and-white scenes of the three delivering their bars. As the visuals rolls on, things start getting steamy when Mill cuddles with his sexy partner in a dim-lit room while spitting his lovestruck verse.

"You said yo ex had you depressed and I'm just glad that's over/ 'Cause now you rocking with a real one," he raps. "And when I'm in it, you be maxin' on a million/ And when I hit it back to back, you make me still cum/ I know them b***es hating on you, we gon' kill them, that's facts."

Aside from "Dangerous", "Legend of the Summer" included tracks such as "Stay Woke" featuring Miguel and "Millidelphia" featuring Swizz Beats. The set debuted at No. 9 on Billboard 200 in addition to receiving mixed to positive reviews from music critics.

Mill is now working on his working on a new album, though he previously declined to say when it would arrive as he wanted it to be a surprise. Despite that, he revealed that one song off the record is about Colin Kaepernick, who protested against racial injustice in the U.S. at an NFL game. The song includes lyrics such as, "They told Kap to stand up if you want to play for a team, and most of his teammates said the same thing."

It's also reported that he collaborates with Cardi B on one song and that her verse will be a diss aimed at Nicki Minaj. A Twitter user named Adam Grandmaison broke the news, tweeting, "I asked if the song felt like a nicki diss and the person just said 'the fact that the song exists is a nicki diss' read into that as you must."

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