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Meek Mill – Amen ft. Drake & Jeremih (Prod. KeY Wane) [Video]

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Philadelphia, PA – Maybach Music Group’s Meek Mill released the visual for his hit song “Amen” which features Drake and Jeremih. The video shows Meek and Drake poppin’ bottles in the club, rapping in front of the Arts Museum in Philly, boarding private jets and there’s also concert footage from what looks like Drake’s Club Paradise Tour. Drizzy showed mad love to some of hip-hop’s hottest names on this tour and you get to see a few of them in this video as well. Check it out below. It was directed by DRE Films. Meek’s debut album Dreams and Nightmares drops August 28th.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cr-Lj9TnJOE

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