Lil Uzi Vert conducts his own symphony with no strings attached in his new video for “That’s a Rack.”

On Tuesday night (April 23), the Philadelphia rapper debuted the Daps-directed visual for the song, which he dropped along with “Sanguine Paradise” on April 9. The clip features Uzi standing on a white piano as he spits his sexualized rhymes amid a bevy of naked women covering their bodies with cellos.

"I can never change, gotta stick to my routine (my routine)/I'ma hit it once, then you know I gotta leave/Got addictive personality, I turned into a fiend/Okay, my money sky blue, but my new coupe is slime green," he raps.

Elsewhere in the video, the former XXL Freshman is watching several other women covered in blue paint create art with just only their naked bodies. We are also treated to a kaleidoscope of more naked bodies, and of course, Lil Uzi is at the center of all of it.

There's no word if "That's a Rack" or “Sanguine Paradise” will appear on Lil Uzi Vert's long-delayed album Eternal Atake, which still has no release date.

Watch the video for “That’s a Rack” below.

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