Following last month's audio release, Rich The Kid returns with the official music video for his Kendrick Lamar collaboration, "New Freezer."

The entertaining aesthetic notes direction by Dave Free and Jack Begert, as we find Rich kicking off the clip in a futuristic whip, then being surrounded by a pile of cash and a couple of lady friends. Kendrick in turn pops up coming out of a Chinese restaurant to spit his verse after greeting the NY-born rapper.

Press play above to check it out and be on the lookout for Rich The Kid's Interscope debut to arrive before the end of the year.

Also, be sure to watch Rapsody’s “Power” video featuring Kendrick Lamar and Lance Skiiiwalker.

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