2 Chainz has ditched the hip-hop high life for a return to the streets with his new video 'Road Dawg.' Surrounded by his The Real University brethren, Chainz takes a no-frills (except for the Rolls Royce he whips and a designer statue of a dog) approach to his latest visual. Opting for blunts in a parking garage and a walk with his pitbulls over women and drinks in the club, 2 Chainz spits bars for all those willing to ride for the cause. The Chuck Tennies-directed clip is a nice follow up to The Real University's 'Keep It 100' clip.  Check it out above.

After making an impressive comeback that saw 2 Chainz rise from hip-hop anonymity to doing songs with Kanye West, the artist formerly known as Tity Boi is working on getting his label and crew The Real University (T.R.U) off the ground. "You know what we got, man? We got some creative artists that are their own individuals, that’s riding their own waves and got their own little fan base," Chainz told XXL. "They have their own confidence. They have their own swag. That’s what I like, man. We all stay 15 minutes from each other. We still manage to record and do what we need to do. It’s just refreshing, man.”

With the T.R.U. Jack City mixtape still circulating, the movement is gaining ground as it tries to mark its territory in a crowded landscape. Featuring T.RU. artists Cap 1, Skooly and Fresh and guest appearances from Young Dolph, Travis Porter and Pee-wee Longway, the mixtape isn't short on parity and has something for everyone.