After dropping her newest song, "Big Brazy," in October, Molly Brazy returns with the visuals for the track.

In a video directed by Jerry Production, Molly Brazy sports all black as she poses in the shadows and flashes her guns. The Detroit rapper also showcases her fast flow as she raps over a Rocaine and Go Grizzly beat.

The song is featured on Molly's upcoming project of the same name, which serves as a follow-up to January's Molly World. The 18-track record featured guest appearances from BandGang Masoe and Cash Kidd.

Earlier this year, Molly made headlines when a video allegedly showed her pointing a gun at a toddler. In the video, the rapper can be seen pulling a pistol on the child, scolding her for something she did. According to Brazy's manager, the clip was shot months before it began circulating in March and actually featured the rapper holding a plastic gun.

After the video went viral, Detroit police caught wind of the footage. "It's very concerning to see anybody point a weapon at a small child," Detroit Police Sgt. Michael Woody told Detroit's Fox 2. "We've seen so much infant mortality in this city in the past year. Messing around with guns like that is not a smart thing to do. It's very irresponsible and reckless."

Brazy's manager added that the young rapper was remorseful for her actions in the video.

Check out the "Big Brazy" video below.

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