Meek Mill has released a stylish new clip for his Quarantine Pack cut, “Middle of it.”
The clip captures the Philly rapper and up-and-coming Houston artist Vory, who features on the track, as they flex their expensive jewelry, stacks of cash and luxury cars. The visual also includes footage from 21 Savage’s star-studded ’70s-themed birthday party.
“All of my homies a hunnid and more / Ain’t got a honey bun, go to the store / Not to demean you but I gotta teach you, if you want this money, you doin’ your chores / Washin’ your dishes, the rags and the riches / The Glock with the switches, we handlin’ business,” Meek spits.
Besides Vory, Mill’s Quarantine Pack EP also included appearances from Lil Durk and 42 Dugg. On the other hand, Vory recently released his self-titled album, which features Meek on the track “Ain’t it Funny.”
Watch the video for “Middle of it” below: