AceShowbiz - Meek Mill treated fans to new music ahead of the release of his new mixtape, "Flamerz 5". On Monday, November 21, the Philadelphia native released a new freestyle over the title track from DJ Khaled's 13th studio album "God Did" along with its visuals.
In the Benjamin Carter-directed clip, the 35-year-old emcee shows what being rich looks like. He spits his bars inside a helicopter and makes it rain during a lavish dinner with a group of his pals. The music video also features footage from the rapper's concerts.
"They underrated me, never paid me, but them streets did/ Who brought the billionaires to the hood? Gonna tell you Meek did," Meek spits in the opening. "Who bringing real n***as home for good?/ Gonna tell you Meek did."
Meek dropped "Flamerz 5" later that day on Audiomack. The rap star previously announced why he wanted it to be on other streaming services. "When a label gave me a plaque I thought they was tryna trick me lol … show me the financials that my art made … that other s**t a mental trick … give me a plaque with how much my song made and how much I got paid … I'm shying away from that whole system it's not for us!" he first wrote on Twitter.
"I don't want FLAMERZ 5 on no streaming service …. This strictly underground music … billboard can't rate it …. Just rate the music," he added. "I'd bet you a million I can make the UnitedStates/world play it with one upload button .. been doing it since MySpace lol."
Meek himself also confirmed that his sixth studio album will be "coming in the next 8 weeks." It will serve as a follow-up of "Expensive Pain", which arrived in October 2021.