Montana of 300 pays homage to Busta Rhymes in his new video for his Don't Doubt the God song of the same name. Watch his new visual below.

The visual for "Busta Rhymes," which was directed by Jakob Owens, is every bit as eccentrically imaginative as any of the videos Busta would've dropped 15 years ago. In the vid, we see shots of Montana riding through a desert on a motorcycle interspersed with clips of him crouching down and staring into the camera while rapping with a Busta-esque animated flow.

When he's not riding his bike or rapping to the camera, the Chicago rapper is standing in front of a colorful wall of graffiti or standing atop a block with similarly colorful illustrations on its surface. The visual is a perfect accompaniment for a track with colorful lyricism that will have you pressing rewind at least once.

"Hit you with no delaying/So what you saying hoe/All my lyrics is groundbreaking that Super Saiyan flow/Yeah my .40 cal bang more/That pops off of Wayans bros./Wet up shit like the rain though/This what we trained for/I am off of the chain hoe/Call me the Django," raps the formerly incarcerated rapper on the track.You have to think Busta would be proud of both the track and the video for it.

Check out Montana of 300's "Busta Rhymes" video below.

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