Sporting Life takes fans back to his "Nothing to Hide" track to provide some visuals for dope cut. The Ratking producer enlists Wiki and Dev Hynes once again for a video focused on basketball. The viewers see a game going down on the court with one team wearing Sporting Life gear.

Dev Hynes, who is better known as Blood Orange these days, sings on the court before the scene turns to Wiki. The New York rhymer is seen in a school cafeteria, spitting his rhymes about the ups and downs of life.

“Nothing to die for that's worth it just yet/Nothing to hide, live my life on blast/I get hype on cash/In my face, but how long that hype will last/Based completely on how long that cash might last/Man, that life is ass/Life in the past/Life in the neighborhood/People that made it good/The people that made it bad/The kids that just love this shit/The people that it hate that seems/It's more about war than order 'round me,” Wiki raps.

"Nothing to Hide" appears on Sporting Life's Slam Dunk III EP, which dropped back in November. The EP is also featured on the Slam Dunk vinyl release, which includes three exclusives songs. The producer's fellow Ratking member Wiki also dropped an EP of his own last week. The talented MC linked up with Brooklyn's Your Old Droog for a free project called What Happened to Fire?

20 of Your Favorite Rappers Naming Their Favorite Rappers

More From XXL