Last month, New York City and Chicago connected when Flipp Dinero enlisted G Herbo for his "Time Goes Down (Remix)." Now, the two have dropped a video for the track, and it's one that finds both rappers in their element.

Throughout the visual, Herbo and Flipp cruise the streets while the latter takes the wheel. They also pop up at the studio with plenty of weed smoke in the air. Of course, their remix acts as the soundtrack for the Francisco Isaiah Perez-directed visual. It almost looks as if they shot the video the same day they recorded the track for it. Dope.

This visual arrives just a couple of months after the release of Herbo's critically acclaimed Humble Beast album. It also marks the next step in the come up of Brooklyn-based Flipp, who's signed to Cinematic Music Group.

Speaking with XXL for The Break earlier this year, Flipp described his goals in hip-hop. “[My goal is] to be able to say five, 10 years from now that I accomplished something," he said. "To be able to build a foundation for other artists to present their crafts as well. I want to still be considered a high roll model in this music business. I’ll never let the looks get to my head. It’s all about the craft and getting the people something to fuck with it. It’s more to it than just being the hottest; it’s about helping people.”

Peep the new visual for Flipp Dinero's G Herbo-assisted "Time Goes Down (Remix)" below.

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