Meek Mill is still fighting for his freedom, but the Dreamchasers machine keeps rolling. Monday (April 9), he put out the video for his Wins & Losses track "1942 Flows."

Directed by Spike Jordan, the video starts off with Meek addressing a large group of reporters after leaving prison. Other scenes show the rapper posting up in the trap, and on the opposite end of the spectrum, rapping in a posh dwelling.

"Started off poor with plans to earn more/Now we own stores and fuck the baddest whores/I was on tour with niggas that sold raw/Started sellin' white, we won't sell it no more," he spits. "I'm like, Trump ain't feelin' us, cops still killin' us/Niggas takin' shots, can't stop me, they ain't real enough/Cut her off, act like she's dead and it's killin' her/New dawn, Hermes seat, I let the ceiling up/Just to get to kill 'em softly/Ooh, get them off me, try to crucify me/Like I'm Jesus the way she cross me."

There's also footage added in of people protesting Meek's imprisonment.

In related news, the rapper's most recent  request to be let out of prison was denied. The news isn't totally bad. It has since been reported his request has now moved on to the Supreme Court, a move that has the backing of the Philadelphia District Attorney.

Watch Meek Mill's new "1942 Flows" video below.

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