MEEK MILL DROPS MUSIC VIDEO FOR “Flamerz Flow”
On 1.6.2021. Meek Mill dropped a new music video for the song “Flamerz Flow.”
The music video has already gained over 2.000.000 views, and it is one of the most talked-about songs of the year.
The name of the song may sound familiar; it may be connected to the rappers’ four mixtapes titled “Flamers,” “Flamers 2”, “Flamers 2.5,” and “Flamers 3”, which he dropped between 2008 and 2010.
All of them were very successful at that time, and they are still one of his most appreciated works so far.
The video feature Dave East and Bobby Shmurda, while the rapper is mostly spitting bars straightforward in the camera. The funny part of the video is Bobby challenging Meek to do push-ups, and the music pauses for a second.
Meek is back with his usual controversial puns and fast, well-thought-out bars. Of course, we did not expect anything less from the well-known artist, with his lyrical game on a high level and a nice flow to match it.
The Philadelphia rapper has boasted his achievements, mourned his losses, and added humor to the song. If anyone can do that, Meek Mill is one of them for sure.
Meek hasn’t promoted any new music coming out soon, but this can indicate that the rapper has his head in the game, and we are all for it.
Check out Meek Mill’s new song “Flamerz Flow” above on this page.
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“Nigga, I was sturdy back when I was dirty
Started with an ounce, had twenty million by the time I’m thirty
I was in and out deep in that field where niggas die by thirty
Hangin’ with the killers playin’ bye-bye-birdy, ya’ dig?”