Rick Ross stars in Bruno Mali Kidd's new video for "Monkey Suit," a cut from his recently released MADE mixtape. Check out the Ryan Snyder-directed visual for yourself below.

The new visual for "Monkey Suit" is more like a short film than a typical music video, with plenty of cinematic camera angles and solid dialogue for the bit of talking we actually here. In the beginning of the new vid, we see Bruno pop up at Rozay's fictional car shop. It appears the Little Haiti rapper's just done Ross a solid, so the MMG boss offers to help him out in return by revealing the identity and the whereabouts of his little brother's murderer.

From there, Bruno takes that information and hits the road with his monkey mask-rocking crew as they prepare to exact their revenge. We don't want to spoil anything but, let's just say things aren't looking too good for Bruno's prey.

While the song itself features plenty of grimy lyrics, Bruno also manages to touch on things like racism and a flawed prison system. The visual sticks with the primary theme of "Monkey Suit," though, which is he and Rozay masking-up to split the wigs of their enemies. Dope.

Peep the new visual for yourself just below. Also, make sure to check out the video for Bruno's "From Da Mud," which he dropped a few weeks back.

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