Juelz Santana's video for "Dip'd in Coke" featuring French Montana and Cam'ron is out and it looks like it was inspired by Al Pacino's movie career.

The visual, which was directed by Kid Art from Chariot Pictures, finds Juelz, French and Cam'ron in a nice restaurant with their crime family getting involved in racketeering. "Dip'd in Coke" is produced by Harry Fraud and Maaly Raw.

"Everybody claim they a real one/Everybody ballin' 'til the bill come/Everybody blood 'til it's time to spill some/Bitches love Paris so I take 'em to the Hilton/Yes y'all, I stay fresh y'all/Life's a chess board, but for this dough I play Connect 4/Check after check I collect, tryna collect more," Santana raps.

Cam'ron drops a cool verse of his own: "Fuck school, I ain't like it/My mother said she want more from me/Not going, she said that you're a pure dummy/Instead I'm trafficking in traffic out in cross country/Dear mama your son turned to a floss junky/So I stepped into the ballpark."

Juelz's The Get Back project was supposed to drop in February but there still isn't a new release date for the mixtape. Over the last few months, the Dipset member has been dropping quality records like “Time Ticking” featuring Harlem native Dave East and Brooklyn’s Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel from GS9; “D Up,” a record which features Migos and fellow Dipset member Jim Jones plus “Santana Bandana.”

Hopefully the tape drops soon.

Watch the video for "Dip'd in Coke" below.

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