Meek Mill drops an intense video for “Intro”

The opener of his latest album ‘Championships’ gets a dramatic visual.

Meek Mill’s first post-prison LP, Championships, finally arrived late last month, and he’s followed up with a visual for the album’s opening track, “Intro.”

Directed by Kid Art, the video finds Meek and his crew celebrating the rapper’s highly anticipated return to music. They pour champagne and mob for the camera while the Philly rapper spits his verse: “Bombin’ on any of them n****s that want the smoke (Woo) / N***a, this a big boy Phantom, this ain’t a Ghost (It ain’t) / Had to take the way from them n****s and now they toast (Fuck ’em).”

Scenes of the gang vibing out to the hard-hitting, Papamitrou-produced beat are interspersed with clips of a frightened little boy running through an industrial warehouse with black balloons. Also, don’t miss the brief cameos from Lil Durk and Casanova, Meek’s longtime supporters.

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Watch the video for “Intro” below:

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