The six-minute visuals documents how the 'Die Young' songstress helped marry a real-life lesbian couple, Dani and Lindsay, in Las Vegas on March 26.
The visuals opens with Meek confronting a horde of reporters in front of a prison, telling them, 'I feel like I've been targeted by certain people.'
The Canadian singer is currently gearing up for his upcoming third studio album as he released two singles off the effort within one day.
The 15-second teaser features the singer looking out across a beach landscape before hooking up with several random girls.
In addition, the effort marks the highest sales week for an R'n'B album in nearly a year since Mary J. Blige's 'Strength of a Woman' sold 72,000 units in its first week in May 2017.
Chrissy has responded to the raptress' threesome suggestion after she caught wind of the lyrics, writing on Twitter, 'Gasp!! drops biscuits.'
Directed by Karena Evans, the visuals stars Rashida Jones, Tiffany Haddish, Emma Roberts, Olivia Wilde and Tracee Ellis Ross among others.
The music video, which was entirely shot on a cellphone, features Yara Shahidi meeting her future lover in a nightclub, where John is taking over the DJ booth.
Titled 'Euphoria: Theme of Love Yourself Wonder', the clip hints at the title of the follow-up to their latest album 'Love Yourself: Her'.
St. Vincent and Valerie June are also among singers who cover popular love songs like 'She's Funny That Way', 'I Need a Man to Love Me' and 'Then He Kissed Me' with gender twists in album 'Universal Love'.
'I feel like people just got to tune in a little bit on my album and they will know a little bit more,' the 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker says when asked about the pregnancy speculation.
The former Disney darling is reportedly working with a slew of songwriters to help her write a song about her relationship with the musicians as she thinks it could be a hit.
Aside from hanging out with dead bodies, the duo also hang out with a group of children with neon-colored eyes in the clip.
Produced by Sad Money, the uptempo song finds the duo addressing the vulnerable side of being in a new relationship.
The visuals, which is directed by the 'Girls' star, features her performing a sexy dance in lingerie after reuniting with Alex in a laundromat.
After sharing a kiss during the performance of 'Lonely', the former Disney darling climbs on top of Kehlani on a bed as she rolls her hip seductively.
The new single features the female emcee and fiance Offset taking over the chorus while Quavo and Takeoff deliver their own verses towards the end of the song.
The James Larese-directed clip features the Detroit rapper being accused of committing serial murders.
A source reveals that the Canadian singer needs to perform the song because 'it will be a cathartic experience for him to finally get over her.'
The Rory Kramer-directed music video features a scene of the duo burning a car down, which symbolizes 'their success of 'Closer'.'