Boogie dropped his debut studio album Everythings for Sale on Friday (Jan. 25), which features contributions from 6lack, Snoh Aalegra, Christian Scott, and Shady Records boss Eminem. One of the more notable guest features on the album comes courtesy of J.I.D, who delivers a standout appearance on "Soho." To further exemplify just how much the duo bodied the track, Boogie has shared the music video for the brief, but hard-hitting track.

Boogie teased the video on Instagram over the weekeend, following the release of the Everythings for Sale short film. In the clip, Boogie and J.I.D. try on a bunch of different looks while getting their photos taken and attacking the track's beat relentlessly. Featuring some inventive visuals and clever makeup effects, the simple but striking video proves that Boogie's artistic ambition extends well beyond the studio.

The release of Everythings for Sale also inspired a conversation about Em's contribution to the album, in which he called out his critics once again. The song, called "Rainy Days," saw Em explaining that he was through trying to appear "woke," rapping, "Fuck it, I thought this might be a good time to put woke me to rockabye, I got the bottle of NyQuil right here/You want the sleep me to wake, you want Slim Shady EP, That’s on the CD cover, sockin' my mirror."

Watch the video for Boogie and J.I.D's "Soho" video above.