In RJ's latest two-part video for "Thank God," he and Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta give thanks to God for being some of the realest. Together with director Kenneth Wynn, they visually tell a noble street tale as well as throw a function in the streets and the church.

For most of the video, there are shots that seem to play into the story of a group of friends, including RJ, who get arrested in the middle of crime, but no one snitches. The camera follows a couple members of the crew as they take care of those around them, by spending time with family and sometimes dropping off straight cash. It's a refreshing take on a hip-hop music video: to see those who society might label the "bad guys" give back to the community and be responsible neighbors.

"Thank God" comes off the 4Hunnid artist's last project Mr. L.A. and all plays into his master plan of becoming king of Los Angeles. In our new interview with RJ, he told us about that plan.

Blac Youngsta makes his cameo towards the end of the video, just in time for the bottles of Henny to come out for the kick back. He's also made sure his schedule continues to stay busy, announcing the appropriate title of his upcoming project and national tourI'm Innocent.

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