Rick Ross unloads a brand new visual for "Florida Boy," a T-Pain and Kodak Black-assisted track he dropped at the top of the month.

The new visual for the celebratory song finds Rozay and T-Pain soaking up the Florida sunshine as they cruise the streets of the Gunshine State with baddies and nothing but good vibes. When they're not there, we see shots of them posted up outside with Lil Kodak.

Also included in the video, parts of which look like they were filmed in the same spots as the visual for "We Takin' Over," are shots of DJ Khaled, who, if you didn't know, also calls F-L-A home.

The track itself is one that finds Rozay, T-Pain and company reflecting on the success they've earned despite facing many trials and tribulations. In the case of Rozay and Kodak, probably a few literal trials as well. For his part, Ross spits about the downsides of the streets.

"Get your money, let's reward ourselves/Life a test and every day we got so much to fail," he raps at one point. "Told you the world was yours, now you in a cell/Center of attention, now you by yourself/Always did the shopping, now you're on the shelf/Next time you see your daughter, bet her heart'll melt."

Rozay hasn't confirmed whether or not his new track will be on Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill, but it's definitely possible.

Peep the video for "Florida Boy" below.

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