Twista has returned with a new video, "Stackin Paper" from his July 2017 album, Crook County.

The video clocks in at just over three minutes and features Chicago vet—you guessed it—counting stacks of money. There honestly isn't too much new to see here—women in bathing suits looking suggestively at the camera, loads of money, flashy cars and Twista rapping along with his homies in the background make up much of the clip.

"Just because you see me out, don't mean we homies/Don't be actin' like you know me," Twista warns on the song.

Directed by Gravitii Films, as aforementioned, the track is featured on Twista's most recent full-length, Crook County, which dropped last summer. The project features  Blac YoungstaJeremih, B. Scott and Vic Spencer, with production handled by beatmakers like Zaytoven and Zenzan Beats.

"Crook County got me thinking about what my city is and hip-hop's conflict between old and new," he told XXL about the project last year. "The project is my vision of where I'm at in the music game right now, bridging the gap between the youth and myself. What I wanted to focus on was not necessarily so much the guys that were on the forefront of Chicago right now but just do it with that whole background scene a little bit. Like these guys that could sell out a Chicago crowd, and you know who the hell they are."

Take a look at the video above.

 

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