2 Chainz returned earlier this year with his fifth studio album, Rap or Go to the league. The Georgia rapper brought along a number of high-profile guests for the album, which debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart against stiff competition. Among those featured on the project were Young Thug, Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Chance the Rapper, and Ariana Grande.
One of the album's best moments came with the Lil Wayne and E-40-featuring "2 Dollar Bill," which saw the three rappers bring their A-game to a smooth DJ Mustard instrumental. Now the memorable cut has received a bizarre new video, as the trio surrounds themselves around a number of bizarre characters. Weezy goes under the knife in the video as they discover everything from the bible and a skateboard inside of his stomach, while 40 simply observes the strange people all around him.
Previously, 2 Chainz dropped the video for his lavish Ariana Grande collaboration, "Rule the World." Taking on a considerably different approach than the video for "Rule the World," the absurd visuals for "2 Dollar Bill" sees the rappers involved letting loose a bit.
It's unlikely we'll be seeing a video for 2 Chainz and Young Thug's collab "High Top Versace" anytime soon, though, as the duo recently had a falling out. 2 Chainz posted a video on his Instagram shouting out Sauce Walka, who previously used a homophobic slur to diss Thugger. Understandably, Thug wasn't too happy about it.
Watch the video above.