The visual sees the rapper surrounded by ATVs, motorcycles and a plethora of dancers while performing the cut, which features production from Mannie Fresh and Mondo.
“I took my jewelry on vacation / N***** say they thought I wasn’t gonna do some, just be patient,” 2 Chainz raps on the track. “They couldn’t steal my car, I parked in front of Central Station / Folks knew I was flashy way before pictures was taken.”
Dope Don’t Sell Itself, which was released on Friday, February 4, clocks in at roughly half an hour with a total of 12 tracks. The College Park rapper enlisted several artists for collaboration, including Moneybagg Yo and Beatking on “Pop Music,” Lil Baby on “Kingpen Ghostwriter,” Roddy Ricch on “Outstanding,” 42 Dugg on “Million Dollars Worth of Game,” YoungBoy Never Broke Again on “10 Bracelets,” Lil Durk and Sleepy Rose on “Lost Kings,” Swae Lee on “Caymans,” Stove God Cooks, Symba and Major Myjah on “Vlad TV” and Jacquees on “If You Want Me To.”
“Free B.G.” is the latest Dope Don’t Sell Itself cut to receive a music video, following “Neighbors Know My Name,” as well as the aforementioned “Million Dollars Worth of Game” and “Pop Music.”
Watch 2 Chainz’s “Free B.G.” video above.
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