Shoreline Mafia's Rob Vicious is back with a new video. After dropping the visuals for "Traplantic" in July, Vicious returns with a video for his song "Dear God."

Directed by Truman Kewley, the psychedelic visuals find Vicious taking over a church as fire and a horned-man appear. "Dear God, what's up with all these fuck niggas/This the reason I don't trust niggas/'Cause we in a world full of fuck niggas," Vicious raps in the black-and-white video.

Up next for Vicious and Shoreline Mafia, the group recently announced a show at Las Vegas' Hard Rock Live on Sept. 17. Vicious, Master Kato, Fenix and Ohgeesy will also be performing at the upcoming Billboard Hot 100 music festival at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, N.Y. on Aug. 19 alongside Rich The Kid, Bhad Bhabie, Machine Gun Kelly and more. Tickets for their upcoming shows and tour can be purchased at

XXL caught up with the group earlier this year to talk about their goals in hip-hop. "I wanna still be making money off 'Musty' 50 years from now," Ohgeesy said. "'Musty,' the way it gets played in L.A., its like 'It Ain’t No Fun' by Snoop Dogg."

Kato discussed his plans as well. "My goal is just to finesse the music game as much as I can and start my businesses," he shared. "I wanna be a businessman before a rapper. Big Body Kato, the company, coming soon. Golden Valley Edibles, coming soon."

XXL is also giving away five Shoreline Mafia merch T-shirts. For your chance to win, stay tuned to XXL's official Twitter account.

Check out Rob Vicious' "Dear God" video and Shoreline Mafia's tour dates below.

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