Houston rappers making songs about their old school cars may be old hat, but that doesn't mean it gets old. Trae Tha Truth teamed up with fellow relatively old rapper Snoop Dogg to release the new but very excellent "Old School" last fall, and it's already become a bit of an old staple, landing on Trae's mixtape I Am King and later on his All-Star weekend collection, Flight School: All-Star 2014.

Now, hopefully at the urging of his adorable son, who plays a starring role, Trae has rolled out the video. Predictably featuring lots of awesome old school cars—including a great personalized Snoop Dogg Cadillac—it's a reminder that oldies are often goodies, especially when those oldies aren't so much old as just overlooked songs from last November.

With a ton of memorable lines (e.g. "they say my wrists don't make no sense/call 'em Dumb and Dumber") and a relaxed, melodic vibe, this one has the feeling of an instant old school classic. Check it out above.

[via Revolt]

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