Last month, Meek Mill linked up with DJ Khaled and Lil Baby for the “Weather the Storm” visual. Now, revisiting his acclaimed 2018 studio album Championships, Meek Mill is serving up a new, Will Ngo-directed music video for one of the LP’s standout selections, “Oodles O’Noodles Babies.”
“Yeah, they called it the projects, they put us in projects / What they gon’ do with us? Can’t call the cops yet / You might just get popped at / ‘Cause they the ones shootin’ us / I’m on my mom’s steps, it’s like a bomb threat / The violence pursuing us, I ain’t meet God yet / Cause I’m on the block where / It’s just me and Lucifer, look what they do to us / They know we in poverty,” Meek Mill raps on “Oodle O’Noodles Babies.” “When I went to court, the judge said, ‘Meek, you a menace to society’ / Huh, you said, you would give me a chance, your honor, why would you lie to me? / 16 more years of probation, you know you gon’ get some more time on me, huh / Whole hood goin’ crazy, babies havin’ babies / She was fourteen, actin’ like she eighty / Got pregnant by a nigga that was locked up in them cages / And the story goes on, if you make it, you amazing.”
You can take a look at Meek Mill’s new music video for “Oodles O’Noodles Babies” above.
Earlier this week, Meek Mill also secured an important legal victory: he has secured a new hearing with a new judge, helping his chance of vacating the original 2008 conviction that has sparked his probation issues.