It's close to dusk in Atlanta and Meek Mill is spitting some fire to light up the night in this new street video for his "Ice Cream Freestyle," which he released in January.

Shot by XXL, the visual finds the Maybach Music Group signee shooting out solid bars in an empty lot. Rick Ross accompanies the Philly native, who hides his face behind a red bandana as he spits his verses in front of a row of rusty filing cabinets.

“Fresh back home, they had to sit me down / I come back home, they talkin’ Nicki now / I feel like a drummer that hold 50 rounds / And for my walk-throughs it cost sixty pounds,” he raps over Raekwon's classic summer anthem "Ice Cream."

The simple clip is just a teaser until the official visual arrives in the coming weeks. Until then, Meek is keeping himself fairly busy preparing for the release of his sophomore effort, Dreams Worth More Than Money.

The 27-year-old, who was released from prison in December, will return to his hometown of Philly tomorrow night for a Homecoming concert at the Wells Fargo Arena, which is sure to feature a slew of surprise guests. His rumored girlfriend Nicki Minaj will likely join him for "Buy a Heart" and "Big Daddy" while Big Sean and A$AP Ferg could come out for "B-Boy," the first single off his forthcoming LP.

Watch Meek Milly heat things up in the ATL with the Bawse above.

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