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Philly’s Meek Mill and Lil Uzi Vert collaborated on the music video ‘Blue Notes 2’

Meek Mill is currently trending at #2 (‘Sharing Locations’) and #3 (‘Blue Notes 2’) on YouTube.

Photo: Instagram
Photo: Instagram

Meek Mill’s original song ‘Blue Notes’, sampling Snowy White & The White Flames’ 1983 record ‘Midnight Blues’, appeared on the 2016 project ‘DC4’. Meek Mill, now, reunites with fellow Philadelphia-native artist Lil Uzi Vert in the music video ‘Blue Notes 2’, calling it a “North Philly Blitz” on Meek’s Instagram.

“It’s so many motherfuckin’ hundreds, you gotta make a part two”, stated Meek in the intro, as the song and cinematic video begins. The Philly duo ride four-wheelers under helicopter lights as they trade verses. The visual cut to scenes of Philadelphia streets at night and features a cameo appearance from Fabolous, standing next to a Maybach.

Earlier this week (August 27), Meek Mill released his music video for ‘Sharing Locations’ featuring Lil Durk and Lil Baby. It is currently trending at #2 on YouTube. Now, trending at #3 on YouTube is ‘Blue Notes 2’, which gained over a million views in a day. With all the heat Meek has dropped, all fans are salivating for the album.

Check out Meek Mill’s latest music video for ‘Blue Notes 2’ featuring Lil Uzi Vert below.

Written by Manny King John

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