YFN Lucci continues to deliver music videos in support of his latest project HIStory, Lost Pages. His latest is for the track “Dec. 23rd,” which sees him spitting stream-of-consciousness bars about his life over production from SpeakerBangerz:

“First off, I don’t respect no rats, I ain’t never dropped a dime, not even when I got those racks/

Look, I was raisin’ hell before the Hellcat, yeah, I can put you on, run and tell that/

Look, I’ll pop a n***a like a wheelie, huh, I crack me a seal, pour out my feelings, uh/

Starin’ at the stars in the ceiling, uh, how I’m starin’ at my heart while it’s healin’?/

Look, it’s hard for me to find some inspiration, I pray for this generation, I need me a vacation…/”

The King Bee-directed music video is like a day in the life for YFN Lucci, with a bulk of the footage showcasing the rapper throughout his home, with family, and on stage performing for his fans.

“Dec. 23rd” follows recent videos from the aforementioned album for “Freestyle,” “Nasty” and “VVS.” Released last month, HIStory, Lost Pages sees additional appearances from Kevin Gates, Trouble, Boosie Badazz, City Girls, Yo Gotti and more. Prior to that, he released the equally well-received HIStory last December. Lucci has also been dropping vlogs showcasing his world travels in support of the music.

Earlier this month, it seemed as if YFN Lucci and fellow Atlanta rapper Young Thug reignited their years-long feud after Thugger clowned Lucci showing off jewelry on Instagram:

“My kids jewelry hitting harder than that s*** boy”

Previously, the two have gone back and forth on songs, radio and social media over a variety of issues, from Tupac Shakur claims to Thug’s former flame Jerrika Karlae. Whether more is to come from Thug’s latest words is yet to be seen.

Press play on “Dec. 23rd” below.