Meek Mill Chronicles His Rise in “Came From The Bottom” Video

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Meek Mill revisits his Heathenism EP with the release of his latest video, “Came From The Bottom.” Produced by Chariot Pictures, the visual showcases the Philadelphia rapper’s journey from humble beginnings to success, incorporating symbolic imagery such as throwback photos and stacks of money.

In the song, Meek Mill reflects on his upbringing and the challenges he faced on his path to success. With gritty lyrics and a raw delivery, he paints a vivid picture of life in the trenches and celebrates his accomplishments. “I’m in the trenches, I jump out the Benz, these niggas can’t touch us ’cause I’m with the killers,” he raps. “Real steppers, I only really wanna fuck with the hitters.”

The video captures the essence of Meek Mill’s narrative, highlighting key moments in his life and career. From his early struggles to his triumphs in the music industry, “Came From The Bottom” serves as a reminder of the rapper’s resilience and determination.

As the opening track off his recent independent release, the video sets the tone for the EP, offering fans a glimpse into Meek Mill’s world and the experiences that have shaped him as an artist. With its compelling visuals and powerful storytelling, “Came From The Bottom” is a testament to Meek Mill’s status as one of hip-hop’s most influential voices.

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