Rick Ross, Kodak Black and T-Pain salute their native state in their celebratory video for “Florida Boy.”

In the Ryan Snyder-directed video, Rozay joyrides through the streets of Miami with T-Pain in the passenger seat and a bevy of models in the backseat. Elsewhere, Ross takes viewers to the local bodega where he spits his introspective rhymes.

The visual closes out with Ross, T-Pain and Kodak Black performing their song in the club. The video also boasts cameo appearances from Florida legends Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell, Flo-Rida, T-Money and, of course, DJ Khaled.

The video is also a tribute to Ross’ longtime manager, Black Bo, who passed away last December. “LONG LIVE BLACK BO,” Ross tweeted on Twitter.

“Florida Boy” is from Rick Ross’ upcoming album, Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill, which has no release date as of yet. The LP is the sequel to his 2006 debut, Port of Miami.

Check out Rick Ross’ video above.

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