Meek Mill, Rick Ross Behind the Scenes of ‘I’m A Boss’
Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill has made quite the name for himself this summer with his anthemic track, I’m A Boss.’ The Jahil Beats production, Rick Ross assist and boastful lyrics garnered the Maybach Music Group signee more attention than he’s experienced in the past with previous releases like ‘Rosé Red’ and ‘In My Bag.’ Now, the 23-year-old is working on the visuals for the energizing song, and is shown behind-the-scenes with the likes of Ricky Rozay and his MMG affiliate Wale, among others.
In the clips, Meek Mill, who has more than a handful of mixtapes to his name and will release a new effort titled ‘Dreamchasers’ on August 11, rides on the streets of North Philly, flaunting his wheelie action on dirt bikes. “I’ll bet any rapper you can’t wheelie better than me,” Meek states in the behind-the-scenes video, which Benny Boom is directing. “And we bettin’ anything.”
From Ace Hood to Freeway, Young Chris to Beanie Sigel, a wealth of Meek’s hip-hop peers stopped by to lend support for the ‘I’m A Boss’ filming. During downtime, Ciroc, Diddy‘s liquor of choice, was readily available for the rappers.
Meek Mill’s Maybach Music Group debut is set to drop before the year’s end. Fans awaiting his ‘Dream Chasers’ release can get a taste for more of his rhyming style on the MMG joint effort, ‘Self Made Vol. 1′ here.