The past 12 months have served as a huge breakout year for Jimi Tents, and now he's basking in the benefits of his success. The Brooklyn rapper releases the new visuals for his "Rick Rubin" record, which pays homage to the famous 54-year-old music executive that has become a staple name in hip-hop culture.

The music video sees Tents riding through the streets of Beverly Hills in a convertible vehicle next to his leading lady. Embracing the palm trees, warm air and scenic views, the "Domino Effect" MC has tons of fun on the West Coast in the colorful visuals. The song serves as a tribute to Rubin and his impact on the music community, as Tents raps about being inspired by him.

This year, Jimi has become a rising name in the industry, as he dropped his sophomore album, I Can't Go Home, which received a ton of critical acclaim. The project features 13 tracks and follows in the footsteps of his debut project, 5 O'Clock Shadow. He saw some early success with his hit single, "Landslide," off of the album.

The rapper also joined Justin Bieber on his Purpose Tour as an opening act for his stops in New York at Madison Square Garden, as well as the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Watch the full visuals for "Rick Rubin" in the video below.

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