Slim 400 and YG are no strangers to riding around cities like they have owned them their whole lives. Earlier this summer, the rappers appeared in YG's epic video for "Word Is Bond" which saw the duo hopping around Tokyo like a less romantic, more hype version of Lost in Translation. Now, for a Slim 400-led track, the two have turned their attention toward sunny Los Angeles for a heavy new visual for the song "Bruisin."

Built around a sample from a Public Enemy track, "Bruisin" sees Slim 400 and YG cruising through the streets of Compton. It is taken from Slim 400's online-only mixtape All Blassik, and boasts a beat that immediately calls to mind all the staples of West Coast G-funk. YG is still riding high from the success of his highly-acclaimed album Still Brazy, and is currently working on his followup mixtape Red Friday.

Slim 400's All Blassik is currently unavailable on streaming services, but you can listen to YG's latest release Still Brazy below:

In related music news, Meek Mill has also shared a video that consists of driving around in sexy cars, but his is far more trippy. Watch his new clip "The Difference" right here.

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