Last week T.I. dropped two tracks from his upcoming album, Dime Trap. Now, the Atlanta rapper returns with the official music video for one of the cuts, the Meek Mill-featuring "Jefe."

The Nathan R. Smith-directed aesthetic finds T.I. and Meek Mill journeying south of the border to partake in a Mexican Day of the Dead celebration filled with music, adult beverages, and women. Press play above to see what all goes down.

Again, "Jefe" will appear on T.I.'s new LP, Dime Trap, his first studio album since 2014’s Paperwork. The project is due out later this year.

In related news, Drake and Meek Mill have seemingly ended their beef.

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