Meek Mill Shares “B-Boy” Video Featuring Big Sean & A$AP Ferg


Having dropped a number of freestyles in celebration of his release from incarceration earlier this year, Meek Mill cements his return to the top of the rap echelon with the official video for “B-Boy.”

Oh, you haven’t heard “B-Boy”? That isn’t hard to understand seeing as the song was quietly released at the beginning of the week. Initially we didn’t understand this marketing move, but now that a video has been revealed everything is starting to make sense. “B-Boy” bangs without any additional help, but the video certainly takes the whole affair to a new level. It’s a 90s style clip that not only features three of the biggest names in hip-hop partying at a mansion, but also a number of gorgeous women and plenty of alcohol endorsements. You can view the visuals below.

Meek was supposed to release his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, in the fall of 2014. His probation violation caused the album to be delayed, and so far we have not received a new street date. You can follow UTG on Twitter for updates.

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