Meek Mill makes a powerful statement in his new video “Oodles O’Noodles Babies.”
The Philly native has transformed himself into what of the most prolific rappers in the game for this generation. His songs are packed with both substance and raw emotions, which is what embodies his Championships single “Oodles O’Noodles Babies.” “I ain’t have nobody to give me no hope/ I hope my momma ain’t doin’ no coke/ I used to wish that my daddy was livin’/ I had a dream that I seen him as a ghost,” Meek raps.
The cinematic cut was directed by Will Ngo, who managed to chronicle Meek Mill‘s journey from being a young boy in the hood to being incarcerated while his family endures hardships. The Dreamchaser rapper has been using his platform to champion criminal justice reform because he is also a victim of an unjust system that targeted mostly young black men.
The single “Oodles O’Noodles Babies” appeared on his latest album Championships which debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Earlier this week, Meek Mill was granted a new court hearing in his probation violation case with a new judge to oversee the case. This is great news for the rapper who has been fighting for his freedom for years while maintaining his innocence in the original crime that landed him in prison and on a decade of probation.