After dropping his mixtape, Meekend Music, on his 30th birthday, Meek Mill delivered another surprise. The Philly rhymer released a new music video for “Litty,” his collaborative track with Tory Lanez. The song appears on the MMG rapper’s DC4 album, which he released last October.

The song gets a cinematic visual as it centers on a credit card caper involving a group of scammers with the feds hot on their tails. Thanks to a store employee, they get tipped off and are able to make a quick getaway in their private jet.

Meek and Tory are not part of the caper. Instead, the dynamic duo are rapping their lyrics on the runway behind black and white Rolls Royce phantom vehicles.

The Meekend Music EP features three songs: “Backboard” (featuring Young Thug), “$lay” (featuring A$AP Ferg) and “Left Hollywood.” On the latter track, Mill reflects on his come up and his struggles to stay atop of his game.

“Caught my first case, it was me vs the state / I just wanted some steak and some food on my plate (I’m hungry!) / Came up from s— I’m like how can you hate I’m just tryna be great (great!) / I survived with the snakes (in the jungle!) / Look what they did to Lil Kodak and Gates / I can’t lose faith (No!) / I just want shine like the stars and my wraith (my wraith!),” he raps.

Check out Meek and Tory's new video above.

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