After releasing his latest EP, Legends of Summer, this past July, Meek Mill has released a new visual for the project’s sultry, collaborative track, “Dangerous.”

Featuring Jeremih and PnB Rock, the song’s accompanying visual finds the trio navigating the dimly-lit rooms filled with stacks of money, an assortment of beautiful women and other luxury goods.

The Kid Art-directed clip juxtaposes scenes of Meek rapping in the street with black-and-white shots of the respective hip-hop-tinged crooners doing their thing. As the visual rolls on, things get increasingly steamy, with Meek cuddling with a partner in a red-lit room as he runs through his bars. Naturally, it’s a vibe mostly anyone could get used to, including the Philadelphia rapper who just this year got his freedom back earlier this spring.

Early last month, Meek performed the joint track with Jeremih and PnB Rock during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The XXL Fall 2018 cover star also used his airtime on national television to discuss his plans for criminal justice reform, a topic the rapper has been increasingly passionate about following his own experiences with the legal system.

Meek recently teased a forthcoming album, but ultimately has declined to confirm when it will be released, referring to the project as a “surprise album.” The Roc Nation artist’s latest LP, DC4, was released in 2016.

Check out the new music video for Meek Mill’s “Dangerous” featuring PnB Rock and Jeremih below.

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