Following the release of their self-titled album late last month, the guys G-Worthy are coming hard in the new set of visuals for their "Ain't Trippin" record. The new video from the supergroup exudes some classic West Coast vibes, featuring plenty of beautiful ladies, low-riders and cash.

The Jerome D-directed visuals start off with a dark colored backdrop with red and blue lighting behind Jay Worthy, as the LNDN DRGS member raps his upbeat verse before viewers get a glimpse of a warehouse packed with some luxury vehicles and women. G Perico poses against one of the low-riders with one of the beauties, where he rhymes up a storm over the enthusiastic instrumental. Producer Cardo may not have a verse on the record, but being that he is behind the boards on the song, he still makes a cameo by one of the cars.

If you recall, G-Worthy recorded their self-titled album last year in just two days, which they released on Sept. 29. Earlier last month, they teased fans with what they could expect from the project, releasing their first single together called "Never Miss." The three hip-hop entertainers bring together some diverse sounds, being that Perico comes from South Central L.A., Worthy stems from Compton and Cardo hails from Dallas.

Watch G-Worthy's new music video for their "Ain't Trippin" record.

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