Jay Park and Hit-Boy have released the official video for their collaborative record "K-Town."

Directed by Jack Begert, the visual follows Jay and Hit-Boy as they take over the streets of Koreatown. We see them flashing stacks in an armored car, dancing in the middle of a grocery store heist, and, of course, hitting the strip club. American-Korean rapper Dumbfoundead also makes a cameo during a karaoke scene.



You can check out the "K-Town" video above and stream the track now on all major platforms. The track serves as the lead single off Park and Hit-Boy's upcoming joint project, which is set to drop this summer.

Hit-Boy recently spoke to Complex about his plans for 2019. The hitmaker confirmed he was working on a number of projects, including some solo material with Dom Kennedy; however, he declined to give specifics.

"I can't go too much into all of it, but just a lot of production on a lot of different projects. I've been super tired," he said. "I've been sleeping on my couch. But it's real fire shit, and I'm just hoping it will actually come out."