In following up on the success of his wildly-popular "$ave Dat Money" video, which features assistance from Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan, Lil Dicky is back in support of his debut album, releasing the official aesthetic for "Molly."
The track notes Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco (who shows up as the wedding singer in the video) taking care of the chorus, while the clip finds Dicky attending the wedding of a former lover. Expectantly, Dicky is noticeably down in the dumps at the event, reminiscing about old times and drowning his sorrows with gin.
After checking out the visual for "Molly," be sure to snag a copy of Lil Dicky's Professional Rapper, if you have yet to do so.
Also, see below as Dicky jokes with NFL stars about Rob Gronkowski’s Madden '17 cover.