The song's musical video shows Paak spending a seemingly endless stream of cash from a magical ATM. The clip was directed by Calmatic, who also created the visual for Paak's 2016 song "Come Down."
"I had to meet with Dr. Dre to get the okay on the video," Calmatic recalled to Genius
. "After I left his house, maybe like two hours later, he was like, 'I don't know, man. I'm not really feeling it.' In order to be a great director, you have to be able to tell a story. So I think one thing that stuck out to me was the ATM scene and I was like, 'Yo, so what if we did all this stuff, all these crazy scenes, but just somehow implemented the ATM into it?'"
"When I first wrote the treatment, I honestly didn't think that this would be possible," he continued. "My boy Carlos was able to team up with this practical FX crew that basically built a malfunctioning ATM from scratch." He further elaborated on the concept, stating, "When you first get that big check, you kind of wild out. I feel like the money spitting out represents that."
"The obvious thing is if you spend too much money, it'll kill you," Calmatic concluded. "But I think when we decided to put the ATM on top of Anderson, we wanted to represent that it's not necessarily killing you, but it'll f--k you up."