Meek Mill keeps the DC4 rollout steady with his third music video this week. The Philly rapper drops the visual to "Blue Notes" today (Nov. 2). In the video, Meek and his day ones seem to be chillin' in a dimly-lit parking lot, counting their hundreds and shooting dice. While Meek seems to mourn his friends who never got a chance in his lyrics, he burns a Benjamin onscreen. And for an extra heartbroken effect, producer Dolla Bill Kidz heavily sampled the 1996 song "Midnight Blues" by legendary guitarist Snowy White in this track.

"Been through some shit and I'm sick of jail/No disease but I'm sick of cells/Sick and tired of sending niggas mail/Calling niggas just to get a bail/I just seen a nigga get a L/Never coming home, minute on the phone/Sick and tired of seeing niggas fail," spits Meek in the second verse.

Like the visuals Meek dropped earlier this week ("The Difference" and "Shine"), "Blue Notes" is directed by Will Ngo.

Though Meek has been M.I.A. for much of 2016, DC4 has brought his name back to the forefront of rap. The project is currently No. 2 on iTunes Albums charts and with dope features from Quavo, YFN Lucci, Tory Lanez, Nicki Minaj and more, DC4 is getting positive reviews among critics and rap fans so far. If you haven't already, check our official mixtape review of DC4 here.

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