Big Boi serves up his new video for the song, "Chocolate," the latest single off his new album, Boomiverse.

The video starts off with a hilarious intro where Big is a driver who is escorting some lovely ladies to a video shoot. As the treatment progresses, Big raps for the camera while kaleidoscope cut scenes of chocolate and scantily-dressed women flash across the screen. “Uh, I feel my sweet tooth acting up/All I need is you to go on ‘head, back it up/Honey, paper sack brown, yeah, I’m black enough/Never holler ‘man down’ ’cause we’re standing up,” he raps.

The clip is sure to have your mouth watering.

"Chocolate" follows visuals for “Kill Jill” featuring Killer Mike and Jeezy and “Mic Jack.”

In OutKast-related news, Andre 3000 just delivered some words that fans of the Atlanta duo did not want to hear, saying in a recent interview that he would be content if Kast never came out with another LP. "Even with Outkast — if we never do another album, I’m totally fine with that," he told Complex. "When I was 25, I said I don’t want to be a 30-year-old rapper. I’m 42 now, and I feel more and more that way."

At least Daddy Fat Sacks is still holding it down for the crown.

Watch Big Boi's "Chocolate" video below.

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