YG puts some visuals to his latest single, "Big Bank," delivering the video for the Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz and Big Sean-assisted track on Saturday (June 23).

The Bompton rapper released the latest track off his upcoming LP, Stay Dangerous, back in May. Produced by frequent collaborator, DJ Mustard, the bouncy track features an active video which starts with YG going dumb with a few homies from The Town. "My bitch drive a all-white Range/You couldn't hit it if you niggas had aim," he spits. "Lames can't call it, and you lame/You had it and you lost it all a shame/I can buy a Bentley, don't talk to me/For a show 150, don't talk to me/You ain't never help your mans, don't talk to me/You just follow all the trends, don't talk to me."

Each MC has his and her solo moment, with Big Sean having a standout scene where he rocks a Colin Kaepernick jersey in what looks like a faux White House. Later in the video, the quartet merge together in a room and turn up. Product placement is a big theme in the video, which also features cameos from RJMrLA and Mustard. YG's new album, Stay Dangerous, is slated for a 2018 release.

In other YG-related news, it was recently reported he is being sued by a fan for assault, battery and theft.

Check out YG's new "Big Bank" video below.

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