Hopsin is back to deliver more of his creative talents, as he drops the music video for his "Panorama City" record with Joeytee. The new set of visuals from the Los Angeles native features him tapping into some old school West Coast vibes while including a goat, his squad and an escape from the cops.

The rhymer not only brings the pet goat to a high school, but he also has it wear his outfit while sitting at a desk in a classroom, implying that he considers himself one of the G.O.A.T.s—greatest of all time. Other scenes, which feature washed-out filters similar to older West Coast music videos, show the entertainer and his crew causing some trouble in their neighborhood. Between hopping fences and even using slingshots at a police officer, the video is anything but dull.

"Panorama City" comes straight off of Hopsin's latest No Shame album, which he released for fans back in December. The new studio LP contains 17 new songs from the California rapper, which came after his new deal with 300 Entertainment. He signed with the imprint following his split from Funk Volume last year in January.

Hopsin also recently dropped a freestyle over Pharoahe Monche's "Simon Says" beat, which features him spitting some braggadocios rhymes.

Watch the music video for Hopsin's "Panorama City" record with Joeytee below.

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