Directed by Nick Manterola and Garfield Larmond, Jr., the video reflects slice-of-life moments filmed around Atlanta and Memphis, with various people singing along with Young Thug’s lyrics. And halfway in, the clip features Drake, who raps his verse during an outdoor party.
As the rapper (born Jeffery Lamar Williams) remains incarcerated, awaiting trial on state racketeering charges, Young Thug does not appear in the video. The musician was one of 28 people arrested in May 2021 as part of a massive RICO Act indictment. Though jury selection for the high profile YSL gang case began in January, proceedings have since moved slowly with jury selection possibly concluding in August.
Amidst his incarceration, Young Thug releasedBusiness Is Business in June, marking his first LP since 2021’s Punk. Along with Drake (who also appears on album opener “Parade on Cleveland”), the full length features appearances from Future, 21 Savage, Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, and more.