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Meek Mill and Drake drop “Going Bad” music video

Meek Mill drops the official music video for arguably one of the best songs on Championships, “Going Bad” featuring Drake. The song is fire as we all know by now and it makes us think what the duo could have accomplished in time there was beef. The music video on the other hand, is something interesting.

The music video is screaming “Boss moves,” with both Meek and Drake all suited up looking clean. On top of the two, there are other known artists in the music game including Nipsey Hussle, Swizz Beatz, Shy Glizzy, Mustard, PnB Rock, J. Prince, YK Osiris, and T.I. all suited up. Also making sure to include a round table and a few scenes with the Rolls to finish off that boss vibe.

The visual is intense, with a scene where Meek and Drake play a game of chicken with there Rolls Royces a sort of gateway look toward the beef between the two. Ending with neither of them giving in and crashing into each other destroying both, extremely expensive luxury cars before cutting back to the boss vibe. The deeper you get into the music video the boss vibe slowly starts to get a little eerie towards the end. Scenes start cutting in and out of flickering lights in a dark closet and a deserted cabin. One minor gripe is the distorted music on certain parts of the song.

Overall the visual was fitting video to the song “Going Bad”. Hopefully, we will get more stunning visuals and songs from this iconic duo now.

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