Meek Mill isn't one to shy away from parading the perks of success, especially in his latest video for "Amen." Teaming up with Maybach Music Group's DRE Films, the Philadelphia rapper debuted the visuals for his latest single on Sunday (July 15).
Apropos to the song's title, "Amen" finds Meek toying with his abundance of riches. The video intertwinces footage from his recent stint on Drake's Club Paradise tour with late night celebrating.
Jeremih's voice offers a soothing touch while Drizzy enjoys himself as much as Meek. The Toronto-native spits his verse effortlessly, while French Montana, Waka Flocka Flame, Fat Joe, and J.Cole make a cameo. "Amen" closes with Meek's set fading into the background over a single piano rift.
"Amen" was recently the subject of controversy between Meek Mill and Philly pastor, Rev. Jomo K. Johnson. Johnson started a boycott of the song to which Meek accused him of "trying to get famous." However, the boycott proved fruitless as "Amen" currently sits at No. 16 on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. The rapper's debut album, "Dreams and Nightmares" is set to drop on August 28th.