Despite his current legal situation, Meek Mill is keeping Wins & Losses in rotation with the release of another video—following up “Fall Thru” and the Young Thug-assisted “We Ball” with one for the fan-favorite “1942 Flows.”
Clearly shot before his most recent run-in with the law, Meek starts things off with a mock press conference, held after his release prison, where he breaks down said issues.
“I feel like a free slave,” Meek says. “I feel like I’ve been targeted by certain people. Just being out in the streets, somebody knows they can take your freedom at any time. They charged me with F1 felonies, they seen me riding a bike. That kind of says it all. You get F1 felonies when you shoot somebody, when you stab somebody. I was charged with that for riding a bike.”
From there, the MMG rep cruises through the city, showcasing his rags to riches run, while “Free Meek” and “Justice For Meek” protests are held throughout.
Press play on the Spike Jordan-directed clip below.