Big K.R.I.T. channels some very retro vibes in his new video for "1999," a Lloyd-assisted cut from his 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time album.

The Tyler-Tee-directed visual finds K.R.I.T. and Lloyd posted up in a parking lot as various baddies join them. One of the first things you'll notice is that some of the women are rocking some throwback Tommy Hilfiger outfits and plaid skirts in the vid, along with what seems to be the fisheye effect used for the camera lens. It's a very 1999-aesthetic that fits the song itself perfectly.

On the track itself, Lloyd uses memorable set of lyrics from Juvenile's 1990s classic, "Back That Azz Up." "Girl, you're working with some ass, yeah, you're bad, yeah/Make a nigga spend his cash, yeah, his last year/Girl, you're working with some ass, yeah, you're bad, yeah/Make a nigga spend his cash, yeah," he croons.

For his part, K.R.I.T. takes a break from his more contemplative writing as he dedicates this one to all the baddies out there. It feels safe to say the cut is the most commercial-leaning from his new album.

"She say I only love the way she drop it, well maybe so/She say I'll probably leave if she don't pop it, we'll never know/'Cause she get down on us, scrub the ground on it, with no shame/Give her time on it, roll around on it, do her thang," raps K.R.I.T., who's got a standout feature on Royce 5'9" and DJ Premier's PRhyme 2.

Check out K.R.I.T.'s new visual for yourself below.

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