Today (June 21), the Underachievers come through with a brand new music video for "Play That Way." The Brooklyn natives flow crazy for three-plus minutes during the ThisisButta-directed visual.

The clip contains various trippy effects, including the same static effect used in Kanye West's "Welcome to Heartbreak" and A$AP Mob's "Yamborghini High." The New York MCs also boast expensive whips such as a Mercedes and an old school drop-top.

Issa Gold kicks things off by spitting, "Nigga mind just like a calico, I let it go/I'm takin' risks, I bet that money flow, geranimo/If she ain't fuckin' then she gotta go, like adios/If that weed ain't like that Cali dro don't pass it bro/That shit be too strong nigga, it got me flexin' in the back/My money too long nigga, 33% in tax/You fuckin' coupon niggas, I see you saving all them tags."

Fellow Beast Coast representative AK handles the hook, rapping, "We don't play that way my G/Nah we don't play that way my G/AK spray and split your back, and you gon' stay that way my G/Talk your shit and we react like Jordan fadeaway my G/No matter what we goin'/Aura golden, can't control him, I'm like Odom, lord."

"Play That Way" is a record from The Underachievers' May project, It Happened in Brooklyn. The 10-track mixtape is the follow-up to their album Evermore -- The Art of Duality, and it can be streamed in its entirety on SoundCloud.

View the "Play That Way" video above via YouTube. Keep it locked to XXL for more news and music from the Flatbush crew.

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