Zaytoven is fresh off inking the deal for his high-profile partnership between his Familiar Territory Records imprint and Motown, and we finally have the first release. The veteran producer drops his new song, "Left Da Bank," with Young Dolph, and the music video, directed by The RiskTakerZ, sees them basking in their success.

Flaunting their cash throughout the visuals, the two hip-hop stars head to a residential neighborhood where we see a young boy who seeks to impress a young girl with his overflow of money. The couple heads to the local ice cream truck, where he gets his leading lady anything that she wants while keeping an eye on his bag of dough. Zaytoven and Dolph can be seen in different shots, showing off their own stacks of cash, while we also catch a glimpse of Dolph hitting up the bank itself.

Earlier this month, the Atlanta producer dropped his anticipated Where Would the Game Be Without Me 2 mixtape, which features a slew of our favorite artists, including Lil Uzi Vert, Ty Dolla $ign, Trouble, Boosie BadAzz, Future, Yo Gotti, Young Scooter, Big Bank Black and many more.

At the moment, Dolph is currently gearing up to drop his next album, Thinking Out Loud, next week, which comes just after he was shot in Los Angeles following a scuffle he had with a group of men.

Watch the music video for Zaytoven and Young Dolph's new track "Left Da Bank" below.

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