Meek Mill & Future Escape the Feds In ‘Jump Out the Face’ Video
Directed by Spike Jordan, the visual features the Philly spitfire and ATL rhymer counting money in the trap house while the song’s producer Metro Boomin is doing some heavy cooking in the kitchen. However, unbeknownst to them, they are being wiretapped by the Feds.
Throughout the video, Meek and Future have no worries as they continue to count stacks of money and spit antagonistic rhymes aimed at their haters. Just when it seems the authorities are closing in to shut down their whole operation, they disappear without a trace, leaving the Federallies in a state of confusion.
Maybach Music Group head honcho Rick Ross also makes a cameo in the clip, and we all know he doesn’t need to be around any criminal activity considering his recent run-in with the law. So there you have it -- Meek and Future are the new Barksdales of rap.
"Jump Out My Face" appears on Meek Mill's latest album, Dreams Are Worth More Than Money, in stores now. The LP is the MC's first No. 1 on the Billboard charts.