Drake and Meek Mill squash their long-standing beef in the video for the Championships single “Going Bad.”

This Kid Art-directed cinematic clip oozes with mafia vibes as Drizzy and his former adversary enter the predetermined place of business in dapper threads, leaving the jeans and jumpsuits at home. The Canada-meets-Philadelphia pair put their expensive watches on the line in an impulsive, horse race bet before crashing their cars into one another during a slow-motion scene in true Fast & Furious fashion.

Lyrics which read, “Don Corleone/Trust me, at the top it isn’t lonely/Everybody actin’ like they know me, dawg/Don’t just say you’re down, you gotta show me/Bring the clip back empty,” couple well with the brooding atmosphere and the star-studded cast that features the likes of Swizz Beatz, T.I., Nipsey Hussle, Mustard, PnB Rock, J. Prince and Shy Glizzy.

Watch the clip for Meek Mill and Drake’s Warner Music-released collaboration “Going Bad” below.

Following last week’s music guest stint on Saturday Night Live, Meek Mill hits the road for The Motivation Tour starting in Miami come February 19th and with this hit, there’s a chance that the OVO vocalist just might make a surprise appearance.

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