The Philly rapper Meek Mill released Flamerz 5 in November, a 15-track project with contributions from Yung Ro, Tafia, Kur, Vory, and Fridayy, the latter of whom produced the closing track, “Don’t Give Up On Me.” Against a guitar-driven, ballad-like backdrop, he recounts how his financial success has made him a target for others:
Meek Mill recently released a video for his single “Don’t Give Up On Me,” which was directed by Dream Chasers’ Benjamin Carter. This video focuses primarily on Meek, Fridayy, and a choir performing the track in a concert hall filled to capacity. Meek Mill is also seen riding in a fleet of luxury cars with his crew on a daily basis, playing chess with one of his associates, and enjoying fine dining with other members of his crew.
Since the Philly native released his fifth studio album, Expensive Pain, back in September, more than a year has passed since the release of the album, a 17-track effort featuring a variety of artists including Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Durk, Lil Baby, Kehlani, Moneybagg Yo, A$AP Ferg, Giggs, Young Thug, and more. According to the Billboard 200, the album reached a peak of No. 3 on the charts.