Drake Joins Meek Mill in Philadelphia to Shoot Video for ‘Amen’
Hallelujah! Rapper Drake joined Philly spitfire Meek Mill to shoot a video for their song 'Amen,' which appears on Mill's 'Dreamchasers II' mixtape. The rap duo filmed the clip on a hot Sunday afternoon (June 10) on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where Sylvester Stallone ran up those steps in the 1976 classic film 'Rocky.'
According to HipHopSince1987.com, Drizzy and Milly took a break from their Club Paradise Tour to shoot the clip with more filming scheduled for Monday night (June 11) at LIV nightclub in Miami. R&B singer Jeremih (who sings the song's hook) was on the set, as well as rappers Travis Porter who was there to lend their support.
Drake was certainly dressed for the summery weather in his red polo shirt, blue pants and royal blue-colored Air Flight Jordan sneakers. His partner-in-rhyme Mill kept it "hood" with a white T-shirt, tan jacket, denim jeans and Timberland boots.
Judging by one of the photos, it looked like Drake was having a real spiritual moment on set.
Meek Mill's debut album on 'Dreams & Nightmares' is due out Aug. 28 via Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group imprint.
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