Rick Ross debut the video for “Florida Boy” featuring Kodak Black and T-Pain.
The Ryan Snyder-directed cut saw Ricky Rozay and gang riding through the streets of Miami in his classic convertible. Young Kodak appears in the video despite his legal troubles, while T-Pain rode shotgun with The Bawse who paid homage to his late manager Black Bo who passed away in December last year.
“Yo, gold rims, good dope, make a wonderful summer, Heard I was a genius, when it come to the numbers, Do it for the young fathers, still signing the lease, And all the hustlers who got somethin’ in common with me, If I got the keys, then it’s a car I’ma keep,” Rick Ross raps.
The video showcased some iconic landmarks in Miami while some local underground rappers made a cameo in the clip. “Florida Boy” is the first single off Rick Ross upcoming album Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill, due later this year.