2 Chainz is prepping the release of his new album, Rap or Go to the League, but he is still pushing product off his latest EP, The Play Don't Care Who Makes It. He recently shot the video for his maternal ode, "Proud," featuring Offset and YG, off the February release and, fittingly, the visual will star all three rappers' mothers.

The shoot apparently started on Friday (March 9), with 2 Chainz sharing behind-the-scenes shots on his Instagram page. In one shot, his mom puffs on a large joint. “Me and momma used to trap out the same house," he captioned the pic, quoting the song.

Yesterday (March 10), YG shared some video of the shoot, which shows his mother turning up for the camera. "Our mommas went brazy yesterday lol @hairweavekiller @offsetyrn @yg #PROUD EPIC STATUS," the Bompton rapper typed in the caption.

This video should be dropping sooner than later.

In other 2 Chainz-related news, last month, the Atlanta rapper revealed the new title of his aforementioned upcoming album in a very unique way. During NBA All-Star Weekend, Tit had a blimp adorned with the title fly around Southern California.

"We were one of the few people who kind of started the wave back in the Atlanta scene as far as billboards for hip-hop period, as far as it being a marketing tool," he says in a video reveal. "What other better marketing tool than a floating billboard."

No more details have been released about the new album, which will be Chainz's fourth solo studio album.

Check out photos and video from 2 Chainz, YG and Offset's "Proud" video shoot below.

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