Last Friday Meek Mill released his new mixtape DC4, an expansive collection of tracks that feature the rapper's now-characteristic level of bombastic swagger. And since his swagger cannot just be contained to sonic form, he released a music video for the track "The Difference" last night that captures said swag in the form of the trippiest car this side of Back to the Future's time-traveling DeLorean.

The track contains a featured guest-spot from Migos's frontman Quavo, and the video sees him riding around in a car with Meek that has a full-on LED light show taking place on the ceiling. The rest of the video is spent seeing the two of them stunt at a leisurely pace down the street in this car with the doors, windows and roof open. And keep your eyes peeled for Desiigner, who does no singing or rapping whatsoever but looks like he's having the time of his life.

Meek Mill's new mixtape DC4 is out now. Stream it below via Spotify:

In other music news, Gucci Mane has shared a new track with Young Thug titled "I Told You" that is absolute fire. Listen to it right here.

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