A$ton Matthews is taking full advantage of his time outside of the United States for overseas performances, as his latest set of visuals for "Brazy" are straight from his journey to South Korea.

Shot in the city of Seoul, the Los Angeles-based rapper flexes with some luxury cars, bottles and some fresh outfits in the new music video. Matthews recently performed at a venue in the South Korean capital back in September, and was able to get tons of footage of his exploring time to put together some colorful visuals.

As we previously heard on the Pierre Bourne-produced song, the 28-year-old MC spits some heavy bars on the fast-paced track, lacing the anthem with metaphors and a signature steady flow.

After teasing his long-awaited Chapovelli project for fans since last year, it appears that "Brazy" is the first record to release from the forthcoming project. There's still no confirmation as to when we can expect its official unveiling, but now that there's material out, fans can hold a higher hope.

If you recall, Matthews previously dropped "Night to Remember" with Da$h back in April, followed by "Ever Since" and "Phantom of the Opera."

Watch the video for A$ton's "Brazy" record below to see him exploring Seoul, South Korea.

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