Meek Mill gives an inside take a look at his lifetime of luxurious, in addition to his interior turmoil, within the new music video for “Costly Ache,” the title-track from his most up-to-date LP.
The video has an nearly documentary really feel to it, with the digicam following Mill all through his days and nights, whether or not he’s taking part in chess within the studio, inspecting new watches, acting on stage, hobnobbing with icons (there’s a very temporary Jay-Z cameo) and even, in the direction of the top, wielding a large sword. To enhance the track’s lyrical themes, there are some heavier scenes as nicely, together with footage of Meek’s mom and an previous interview clip the place the rapper places it bluntly, “It’s simple to drag the set off, but it surely ain’t simple to maneuver your mother out the hood. That’s an actual man’s job.”
Meek Mill introduced Expensive Pain in September and launched it a number of weeks in a while October 1st. The document marks the rapper’s first since 2018’s Championships, although within the intervening three years, he stayed busy with a string of EPs and standalone singles, together with final November’s Quarantine Pack, his 2020 tracks, “Letter to Nipsey” (with Roddy Ricch), “Otherside of America,” and the Justin Timberlake-featuring “Imagine.”
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