Watch Meek Mill’s Dramatic “Trauma” Video

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In the ’60s, if you kneeled, you’d probably be killed.

Meek Mill has dropped a video for the most profound song off of his Championships album: “Trauma.”

WATCH: The Video for Meek Mill’s Cinematic ‘Championships’ “Intro”

The song, which uses the same sample as Mobb Deep’sGetaway,’ features the Philly MC rapping about his personal experience of being stuck in the system. At one point Meek raps: Watching a black woman take my freedom, almost made me hate my people,” in reference to Judge Genece Brinkley, a judge, Meek Mill claims, has treated him unfairly and unethically.

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“Trauma” is the third video to drop from the Championships album. Check it out below.

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