The video for everyone's favorite Without Warning cut has arrived.

Watch the Shomi Patwary-directed video for 21 Savage, Offset, and Metro Boomin's "Ric Flair Drip" up top. As expected, the actual Ric Flair makes an appearance.

The long-awaited "Ric Flair Drip" visual interpretation hits the public after a stacked February for 21, who just dropped a new track with Casino and announced a massive tour with his "Rockstar" partner Post Malone featuring support from SOB x RBE and Paris. Thankfully, 21—despite not actually being featured on this particular Without Warning track—does make an appearance in the new video.

 

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The trio's debut collab album was released in October and later named one of the best albums of the year by Complex. The concise 10-track, 33-minute album is still very worth your time in 2018, and not just for its notable Quavo and La Flame pop-ins.

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Somehow, Metro Boomin was still omitted from this year's Producer of the Year nominees at the Grammys. When asked about the snub by Billboard, Boomin revealed he isn't really worried about it. "We don't be tripping off stuff like that," he said. "We just keep it moving, man. I feel like for the people, it's more important than [awards]. I'm here to service the people. As long as that happens what I do, that's really all that what matters to me." The award for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical ultimately went to Greg Kurstin for the second year in a row.