2 Chainz just dropped the video for his song "Blue Cheese," featuring Migos, off his just released Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album.

The clip finds the former Playaz Circle member walking around one of Atlanta's projects with Quavo, Offset and Takeoff. He also sports a yellow and blue outfit, with a plaid jacket, while the Migos members rocked a more casual look.

Tity Boi has been on a lyrical tear as of late and on "Blue Cheese," it's clear that he put focus on wordplay and flow. It's something that he talked about during a recent interview with Rolling Stone.

According to Chainz, he would step up his lyrics whenever he was on a song with rappers who were considered lyrical but wouldn't do the same when he collaborated with others. But he no longer does that.

"Before I used to play according to competition, like I did in sports, which was probably my downfall in sports," he explained. "I only liked showing up when good people showed up. I applied that to music, because if I did a song with Drake or Lil Wayne or Kanye, I could stand out. I could go hard and still be someone you feel on the track. If I did a song with somebody pop or somebody that doesn't have as many bars, I would still show up but I wouldn't embarrass the person."

You can watch the new "Blue Cheese" video above.

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