The song's music video finds the trap trio performing the song with a live band while clad in matching three-piece black suits and top hats. Offset told Billboard
: "That was such a beautiful performance to show the uniqueness, spark, and drip. That was with the live band and vocals lined up. We just went grown man and suits and pulled up with that '50s Rolls-Royce. That was for the culture and gave back that Temptations-Migos vibe to cross both worlds."