Rick Ross, Kodak Black and T-Pain salute their native state in their celebratory video for “Florida Boy.”
In the Ryan Snyder-directed video, Rozay joyrides through the streets Miami with T-Pain in the passenger seat and a bevy models in the backseat. Elsewhere, Ross takes viewers to the local bodega where he spits his introspective rhymes.
The visual closes out with Ross, T-Pain and Kodak Black performing their song in the club. The video also boasts cameo appearances from Florida legends Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell, Flo-Rida, T-Money and, course, DJ Khaled.
The video is also a tribute to Ross’ longtime manager, Black Bo, who passed away last December. “LONG LIVE BLACK BO,” Ross tweeted on Twitter.
“Florida Boy” is from Rick Ross' upcoming album, Port Miami 2: Born to Kill, which has no release date as yet. The LP is the sequel to his 2006 debut, Port Miami.
Check out Rick Ross' video above.