After dropping his "Gunz N Butter" music video last month, A$AP Rocky returns with new heat. On Thursday (Dec. 13), Rocky released his "Tony Tone" music video.

In the four-minute clip, directed by Hidiji Films for AWGE, Rocky hits the New York City streets. The visual begins with the celebration of a birthday and concludes with Pretty Flacko cruising through uptown New York while riding a bike. The video ends with a plot twist: gunshots.

On the Finatik N Zac and Hector Delgado-produced track, Rocky shows off his steady flow on the hard-hitting beat.

"People really think I'm an asshole, I say anything/Truthfully, I just say what I really think/Like I'm too fresh, man, to me you're under-class-man/Would say suck my dick but that's sexual harassment," he raps.

"Tony Tone" is the third track from Rocky's Testing album, which dropped back in May. The 15-track LP features appearances from Frank Ocean, Lauryn Hill, French Montana, Playboi Carti, Smooky Margielaa, Kodak Black, Kid Cudi and more.

In addition to releasing new visuals, the Harlem rhymer hasn't been slowing down. He is set to take the stage on his Injured Generation Tour, which begins Jan. 8. The 18-city trek will hit cities including Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta and more.

Check out A$AP Rocky's trippy new video for "Tony Tone" below.

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