Dave East and Rick Ross pop major bottles in the new video for their collab, "Fresh Prince of Belaire."

The audio for the song debuted two weeks ago, and on Friday (July 13), they dropped Michael Parks Randa-directed visual for the banger. Clearly product placement for the Luc Belaire champagne line, which both rappers are ambassadors for, the video features endless bottles of Belaire in all shapes and sizes. "Gold bottles, pop 'em like it's '96 (pop)/You never see a brick, I pray to God my team get rich (pray to God)," Dave East raps on the chorus of the Nick Papz-produced track. "Black bottles, pop 'em at your funeral/Dirty niggas with clean money, this shit is beautiful (gorgeous)/Gold bottles, pop 'em like it's '96 (pop)/You never see a brick, I pray to God my team get rich/Black bottles, pop 'em at your funeral (uh)/Dirty niggas with clean money, this shit is beautiful/Fresh Prince of Bel-Aire, all they do is stare."

Other scenes feature backdrops with motifs from The Fresh Prince's "Parents Just Don't Understand" video. Of course, with all that liquor around, a party pops off and Rozay joins the fun spitting bawse lingo. "Your bitch still on my dick but delete the DM (boss)/The Lamborghini's in the street and she know that it's him (woo)/My Vacheron matchin' the piece and it cost me two M's (huh)/These other niggas rappin' rich when we know you pretend (ahh)," he raps.

In related news, both Dave East and Ross are working on upcoming projects. Dave recently announced his new mixtape Karma 2 will be dropping this week. Rick Ross' Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill album is slated to drop in 2018.

Watch Dave East and Rick Ross' "Fresh Prince of Belaire" video below.

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