Meek Mill Is Done With The Phoniness So He “Left Hollywood” (Video)

Meek Mill turned 30-years-old on Saturday (May 6), but instead of relaxing on his G-Day, the Dreamchaser decided to gift fans with a 3-track EP titled, Meekend Music.

To keep his vibe going, this week, the rapper born Robert Williams released another video for the contemplative track, “Left Hollywood.” Over a hypnotic piano and hard kicks, the Philly rapper reflects on his rough upbringing in the City of Brotherly Love.

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“Really hurt my heart, ripped my feelings apart/Out in Philly it’s dark, we was really so scarred/But acting silly so hard, but we just wanted some love/Mama working, daddy dead, I just wanted a hug,” Meek raps.

“Left Hollywood,” which follows the music video to the Tory Lanez-assisted track, “Litty,” appears on Meekend Music. In addition to releasing new music, Meek also announced his Against All Odds tour.

In July, Meek will join Yo Gotti on a 21-city tour.

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Check out tour dates below and watch the video above.

July 5 – Cleveland, Ohio — Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
July 6 – Indianapolis, Ind. — Klipsch Music Center
July 7 – Detroit, Mich. — Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
July 9 – St. Louis, Mo — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
July 12 – Boston, Mass. — Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
July 14 – New York, N.Y. — Hammerstein Ballroom
July 15 – Reading, Pa. — The Santander Arena
July 18 – Baltimore, Md. — Pier Six Pavilion
July 19 – Charlotte, N.C. — Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre
July 21 – Atlanta, Ga. — Lakewood Amphitheatre
July 22 – Jacksonville, Fla. — Daily’s Place
July 23 – Miami, Fla. — Bayfront Park Amphitheatre
July 25 – Nashville, Tenn. — Nashville Municipal Auditorium
July 27 – New Orleans, La. — UNO Lakefront Arena
July 28 – Houston, Texas — Revention Music Center
July 29 – Austin, Texas — HEB Center at Cedar Park
July 30 – Dallas, Texas — South Side Ballroom
Aug. 1 – Denver, Colo. — Fillmore Auditorium
Aug. 3 – Phoenix, Arizona — Comerica Theatre
Aug. 4 – Los Angeles, Calif. — Hollywood Palladium
Aug. 8 – Seattle, Wash. — WaMu Theater