Young Buck and MoneyBagg Yo teamed up back in June for the song "The Bag Way," and now the rappers join forces for the visuals to coincide. The two Tennessee rhymers come together for the gritty video, which sees them flaunting multiple stacks of cash as they sing about raking in more mula.

The G-Unit member spits his verse in front of a colorful graffiti-painted wall before he's joined outside by the CMG signee near a pile of different tires that seem to have been abandoned. MoneyBagg is also seen with a stacked Styrofoam cup in his hand, but it's unclear what he's sipping on.

Last month, XXL spoke with MoneyBagg Yo, who revealed that he's working on his next project, Federal 3x.

“Even the project I’m doing right now, Federal 3x, speaking a little early on that, but when y’all hear that y’all going to hear the elevation and see where I’m going,” the rapper explained. “JAY-Z, king status. I’m going all the way past the moon with this. I went back to that first stage when I first made the original Federal tape. You can hear the hunger in my voice on Federal 3x.”

Meanwhile, Buck just released a new album of his own, which came out the same day as JAY-Z's anticipated 4:44 project. Buck spoke out about feeling a bit outshined by Hov dropping an LP on the same release day, but it looks like he's been handling things like a good sport since.

Watch the music video for "The Bag Way" with Buck and MoneyBagg below.

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