Meek Mill’s new album Dreams Worth More Than Money is racking up critical praise right and left — including our own blessing in Status Ain’t Hood last week. Following a stint in jail, Meek rejoined society and bossed up his social status; following weeks of rumors, he’s now publicly dating fellow rapper Nicki Minaj. Their relationship has put him in the same room — or more importantly the same photo frame — as Beyoncé and Jay Z in recent weeks. His album, too, is littered with A-listers like Drake, the Weeknd, Minaj, Diddy, Jeremih, and of course, rap’s most ubiquitous force, Future. The video for Meek and Future’s brief collaboration “Jump Out The Face” plays with the cop crime board trope, connecting the rappers to two of Future’s go-to Atlanta producers, Metro Boomin and Southside, who also produced the track. Of course, when the cops show up, they’re in for a surprise. It’s nice that music videos get to have happier, easier endings than reality does. Watch below.
Dreams Worth More Than Money is out now on Dream Chasers/Maybach/Atlantic.