Meek Mill drops music video for “Middle of It,” featuring Dreamchaser signee Vory

Rapper Meek Mill has shared a new music video for his single, “Middle of It,” featuring Vory.

The video features clips of Meek rapping inside an indoor basketball court and flexing his iced-out jewelry in front of luxury Bentleys and Rolls-Royces. Other scenes gives us a glimpse of a day in the life of Meek Mill, including stage performances, studio sessions and wads of cash, plus footage from 21 Savage‘s 70’s-themed birthday party in October.

“Middle of It” follows Meek’s previous single, “Pain,” with Lil Durk, and both are featured on his surprise November EP, Quarantine Pack. The release also featured guest appearances from Lil Baby‘s 4PF artist 42 Dugg and introduced the world to Vory, the newest signee to Meek’s Dreamchasers record label.

The Grammy-winning singer/rapper/songwriter, formerly known as King Vory, is widely known for his contributions to The Carters‘ Grammy-winning album Everything Is Love in 2019, and Bryson Tiller‘sTrapsoul debut in 2018. 

On Wednesday, Vory released his new self-titled EP, along with a music video for “Ain’t It Funny,” which also features Meek Mill. 

(Videos contain uncensored profanity.)

By Rachel George
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