Meek Mill and Drake have shared the official video for “Going Bad,” a track off the latters’ chart-topping album CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Meek teased the Kid Art-directed visual on social media Wednesday, sharing a clip in which he and Drizzy are seen channeling mob-boss vibes and playing a luxe version of chicken in their Rolls Royce Phantoms.

You can check out the “Going Bad” video—featuring cameos by T.I., Nipsey Hussle, Mustard, Swizz Beatz, PnB Rock, and more—above. Meek is also giving fans a chance to win their very own CHAMPIONSHIPS ring; all they have to do is watch the video, leave a comment, and follow Meek's official YouTube channel using this link.

The video arrives as Meek prepares to kick off his Motivation Tour. The trek begins Feb. 18 in Miami Beach and will conclude March 24 in Atlanta. Check out the tour dates below.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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A post shared by Meek Mill (@meekmill) on Feb 5, 2019 at 6:59am PST

Meek and Drake brought closure to their long-standing beef last summer during the Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour stop in Boston. Meek performed “Dreams and Nightmares,” while Drizzy served as his former foe’s hype man.

“This really gave me peace of mind tonight,” Drake wrote about the performance. “Healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career. @meekmill I’m happy that you are home and that we could find our way back to our joint purpose.”

Drake was also one of the many celebrities who called for Meek's prison release back in 2017. The Philidelphia rapper was sentenced to two to four years behind bars for a probation violation—a sentence that was widely critcized as "heavy-handed." Since his release in April last year, Meek has used his platform to promote criminal justice reform. He recently teamed up with JAY-Z, Van Jones, 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin, and Patriots owner Robert Kraft to launch the REFORM Alliance, an initiative intended to help those "unjustly stuck in the criminal justice system."