Check out Meek Mill's Lavish Slumber Party at Rick Ross's Mansion in the Video for "On The Regular"

Very opulent.

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The notorious Philly rapper makes his return in a major way through this new lavish video for “On The Regular.” The standout cut from DC4 gets visually interpreted into a luxurious slumber party filled with private jets, dead presidents and one very extravagant mansion courtesy of Rick Ross. Press play to see MMG show out above and stay tuned for Meek’s DC4.5 project to release any day now.

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