Last month, T.I. unveiled his eleventh studio LP The L.I.B.R.A., which sees 20 new tracks and assists from Young Thug, Lil Baby, 42 Dugg, Mozzy, Snoop Dogg, Jeremih, Rapsody, Conway The Machine, Rick Ross, John Legend, 21 Savage, and loads more. This week, the Atlanta hip hop veteran liberates a new visual from the project for “Hit Dogs Holla,” an Aye YB and Hitmaka-produced effort that features Tokyo Jetz. The track sees the self-proclaimed king of the south demanding his respect:

“Boy you know a K.I.N.G, you a peon next to me, it’ll be over ‘fore you see, then he on the same thing I be on, crankshaft body with your name up in neon, I’m turnt way beyond…/

All I done is all I know, represent dope boys, kicked down doors, most of y’all niggas wouldn’t have a chance right now, if Rubber Band Man ain’t dominate in ‘04/”

Directed by Tip along with the help of Philly Fly Boy and BLE Films, the visual sees the Grand Hustle head honcho and Tokyo Jetz traveling through the streets of Atlanta in a convoy of dirt bikes and four-wheelers. Both artists can also been seen performing the track from a front porch, which Jetz occasionally being flanked by her equally attractive crew. The end of the clip gives viewers a behind the scenes look into the creation of the video while the credits roll.

“Hit Dogs Holla” follows previously released visuals from The L.I.B.R.A. for “Ring,” “Pardon,” and “Hypno.” This year also saw T.I. adding his flair to other’s songs, such as Nasti C’s “They Don’t,” Trae Tha Truth’s “Time For Change,” Lil Duval’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy,” E-40’s “I Stand On That,” and Mistah F.A.B.’s “That’s Him (Remix).”

Press play on T.I. and Tokyo Jetz’s “Hit Dogs Holla” music video below.