Young T & Bugsey continue to drop off songs perfect for any celebration. Last week, the Nottingham duo reconnected with producer P2J for “Roberto C,” a collaboration alongside fellow peer Unknown T that sees the artists rapping and harmonizing about high-end fashion and low-end haters:

“Florence, Italy, Roberto Cavalli, had the Kelly Rowl’, now it’s Ashanti, we gon’ double up the frame on the car seat, can’t be too safe, you know it’s on me, that my bestie, gave her the car keys, put my young G all in Versace, no bluff, I ain’t inna’ malarkey, when you lonely, you better call me, I can’t fuck with niggas if they fuckin’ with my enemy, dismiss it, I ain’t rockin’ with that energy…”

The accompanying clip for “Roberto C” comes courtesy of renowned director Teeeezy C, who seems to channel classic MTV vibes with his latest creation. Young T & Bugsey can be seen outside at a lively cookout, sipping out of red cups and getting dance moves off with some beautiful attendees. Elsewhere, the trio perform while seated in a living room studio session, while in front of an old school whip on hydraulics during the night time, and more.

Last year saw Young T & Bugsey releasing their debut LP Plead the 5th, a 12-track body of work that saw additional features from Aitch, Morrisson, Fredo, and Headie One, the last of whom made his appearance on the breakthrough hit “Don’t Rush.” Since then, the group began building momentum towards an official follow-up, thanks to singles like “New Shape,” the Nafe Smallz-assisted “Prada Bae,” and last month’s “Big Bidness.” We now know that their new album, titled Truth Be Told, will officially arrive this January.

With that, press play on Young T & Bugsey’s new video with Unknown T below.