Meek Mill is a popular rapper outta Philadelphia, PA. Not too long ago, he joined forces with The Dream, and they created “YBA” (Young Black America). The song is a bangin’ joint off Mill’s “Wins & Losses” album.
The Spike Jordan-directed video shows Mill as an older, wiser OG, and he’s droppin’ jewels on a young African-American teen. The message—we must put an end to nonsense violence—is apparent, and Meek does a great job in paintin’ a HOV-like depiction of life in the ghetto.
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