Last May, Future dropped off his eighth studio LP High Off Life, which contained 21 cuts from the Atlanta veteran and a slew of appearances from Drake, Meek Mill, Lil Durk, Travis Scott, Young Thug, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Uzi Vert, and more. The album has also since earned Future his seventh consecutive number one on the Billboard 200, thanks to 153,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release.

Following previously released visuals for “Tycoon” and “Hard To Choose One,” Future returns with another for “Ridin Strikers,” which is produced by CuBeatz, VOU, ATL Jacob, and Southside and sees Future delivering street raps about his shooters, executing a robbery, and more:

“I go to Jamaica then tag ‘em with a hundred snipers, I dip the ice and go (Woo), I step out icy, frozen/

I hit professional, I have déjà vu, I know, I’m gettin’ my decimals, I’m going digital Spazzin’ in Jimmy Choo, bagged up plentiful/

Tell me how I’m supposed to be sober in my interview, last night I was growing up, I was in Fendi too, took flight, I’ve been going up, that’s a ritual/

Passport and we going up like some animals, addied up and I’m gassed up, change the temperature, triple rows, tall hoes, they identical…/”

The visual comes courtesy of Eif Rivera and sees Future both hanging with his crew and night and in a tropical area — perhaps Jamaica, as is mentioned in the song — at night, both places filled with high-end cars. As with many of Future’s previous clips, the viewers is steadily reminded how long the Freebandz head honcho’s money has become throughout his career.

Press play on “Ridin Strikers” below. In related news, Future’s FreeWishes Foundation has announced that they’ll be providing scholarships to college students in Georgia that have been affected by COVID-19. You can read more on that here.