“Middle of It” measures at a little under three and a half minutes, steeped in a quick bass-heavy beat produced by Xander and Papamitrou. The song’s drum patterns are sprinkled with vibrant flute notes that liven up the nocturnal instrumentals. This sets the stage for Mill’s slick delivery, filling the verses with an assembly of lines like “All of my homies a hunnid and more / Ain’t got a honey bun, go to the store.” Vory comes through in the last leg of the song, winding down the beat with slow auto-tuned vocals. The song’s music video was shot entirely at night to match the song’s menacing sound.
Scroll above to watch Meek Mill’s new music video for the song “Middle of It,” featuring Vory.
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