While Mibbs is best known for his work as one-third of the crew Pac Div, the Los Angeles rapper has steadily been branching out as a solo artist. His first project outside of the group, FREEBASSkg, was a collaborative EP with celebrated producer Scoop DeVille. Keeping this theme of one producer behind the boards intact, Mibbs recently linked up with WoodysProduce for The Program EP, which offers another glimpse of his progression on the solo tip.

Today, Complex premieres the music video for "$100" off The Program. The title of the record shouldn't be too confusing as Mibbs and song collaborator Polo Donatello describe the most appropriate way to blow money fast: By hitting the strip club. Directed by Lane Stewart, the video flips between Mibbs scheming in a playing field, Donatello flashing a wad of Benjamins, and a black silhouette of a woman dancing on a pole. Even though showing this kind of money is an easy way to make new friends, Mibbs has no plans to court these working ladies, and neither should you. "She 'bout 28, and still act like a teenager/Niggas is out they mind thinking one day they can tame her," he raps. Wise words from a man who knows the industry.

A deluxe edition of The Program—which includes records from FREEBASSkg—is available now on iTunes. Additional guests on the project include Bad Lucc and Deniro Farrar.

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