While Meek Mill remains incarcerated, his team continues the “Free Meek Mill” campaign, with the release of a visual for “1942 Flows”.
The clip opens with the rapper being freed from prison and addressing the media outside the doors of jail.
“I feel like a free slave,” Meek says. “I feel like I’ve been targeted by certain people. Just being out in the streets, somebody knows they can take your freedom at any time.”
From there, we see Meek riding around the city, taking shots at his critics, before a #JusticeForMeek protest pops up, featuring a cameo from Rick Ross.
“1942 Flows” appears on Meek’s 2017 album, Wins & Losses.