T.I. “Jefe” Video Featuring Meek Mill: Watch Them Party Hard in Mexico
Just a few days after signing with Epic Records and dropping the Meek Mill-assisted "Jefe," T.I. returns with a new music video for the song.
Inspired by producer Bangladesh's Spanish horns, the video, directed by Nathan R. Smith, finds Tip and Meek in an old Mexican village where everyone is dressed in Day of the Dead outfits. After Meek spits his hard-hitting bars, a standoff occurs before shots ring out.
T.I. then comes in for the song's second verse and raps his part from a graveyard where everyone is kneeling in prayer to honor the dead. The video ends with Tip showing off some of his dance moves before he and Meek leave the party.
Along with "Jefe," T.I. also shared the Scott Storch-produced song "Wraith" featuring Yo Gotti on Sept. 7. "Wraith" and "Jefe" will be featured on the rapper's upcoming 10th studio album, Dime Trap. Although a release date has yet to be revealed, the album is set to drop later this year.
Dime Trap will serve as T.I.'s first full-length solo album since the 2014 release of Paperwork. During that time, the rapper did drop a number of EPs including Da' Nic, Us or Else and Us or Else: Letter to the System.
Check out the "Jefe" video below.
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