Meek Mill is in full celebration mode following the release of his Wins & Losses album, but he's never going to forget those that have fallen that caused a hard impact on his life and career. The Philadelphia rapper releases the visuals for his "We Ball" record with Young Thug, which serves as a tribute to Meek's late protégé Lil Snupe, who was shot and killed in 2013.

The new video from the "Whatever You Need" MC shows a slew of footage from funerals, with Meek in attendance, sliding in shots of him on the road and fulfilling performances in between. The video serves as a dedication to "all of those we lost to the streets" and also provides a theme of hope, showing Meek's hard work over the years to find success, and what opportunities it has brought him.

The beginning of the visuals start with a heart-wrenching freestyle from Snupe, but by the end, we see some shots of Meek's son, who brings an adorable presence to the video.

It's a determining week for the Dreams Worth More Than Money entertainer, as he is currently fighting for the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 album chart against Tyler, The Creator and his Flower Boy album, as well as Lana Del Rey and her Lust for Life project. By Sunday, July 20, we will know who landed the top slot.

Check out the music video for Meek and Thugger's "We Ball" record.

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