Tuki Carter is providing some authentic summer vibes, and his latest visual release for "Nobody" is even more reflective of that. Fresh off of dropping his Flowers and Planes album, the Taylor Gang signee teams up with rapper Ted Park, who lays down some melodic vocals on the hook.

The two post up on a rooftop just in time for a colorful sunset view, where they recruit some of their friends to help them turn up in the warm weather. While Tuki shows off his fast-paced rhyming skills, we even see a scene of him inking up someone's arm in a tattoo shop. As he raps about his previous financial woes and now reaching success, Carter soon recruits Madison, Wisc. native Ted Park to keep things hyped up as he sings his hook.

Carter dropped his recent album back in April, where he saw features from the likes of Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, Chevy Woods, Rome Fortune and more. It also saw production from RMB Justize, TM88, SONIX, SAP and more. He even spoke with us about the inspiration for the project at the time.

“The inspiration for the album is being heard as a visual artist that happens to make music," said Carter. "I’m coming from an area of creating art and explaining it through music. The inspiration also comes from the unity we and Taylor Gang have amongst each other, and that we’re open to learn new things. Of course it’s about weed and women, and having fun during the process… so really, the inspiration comes from everything without boundaries."

Watch the full visuals for Tuki Carter's "Nobody" record with Ted Park below to see how they turn up.

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