The visual, directed by Rock Davis, is filled with shots of BK's most recognizable and iconic spots, including retailer Vinnies, Coney Island, Church Avenue, and, of course, the Brooklyn Bridge.
"Old town road for my projects/Ride 'til I can't no more, Lil Nas X," Fabolous raps. "Yeah, we the heroes to the zeros/Where I come from they don't hear those other weirdos/We the ones who represent 'em, not Shapiros/We they favorite gangstas, not De Niro."
The video is also stacked with cameos from other Brooklyn representatives, including Papoose, Flipp Dinero, Fetty Luciano, 2 Milly, and Lance Stephenson.
You can check out the "So Brooklyn" video above.
In the month since its release, the song has received a boost by the #SoBrooklynChallenge, in which fans and artists drop their best bars over the instrumental. The participants have included Papoose and Maino, among others.
Casanova and Fabolous have each faced legal troubles in 2019; the former was recently sued over an alleged 2018 assault at NYC's Good Stuff Diner. The plaintiff, Niya Rucker, says she was on Instagram Live showing off her meal when Casanova "mistakenly believed" she was recording him. Rucker claims that after the rapper instructed his team to take her phone, the men put her in a "strangulation grip," causing injuries to her face, including a fractured jaw, damaged teeth, and a split lip. Casanova turned himself in shortly after the incident and was charged with felony second-degree robbery.>
The rapper's attorney Scott Leemon has denied the allegations on his client's behalf.
"Casanova adamantly denies the allegation that he assaulted anyone," Leeman told ABC 7. "Any contention he did so is totally false. We are in the process of conducting our own investigation into these false allegations."
Back in March, Fabolous took a plea deal in his domestic violence case stemming from 2018. It was reported that prosecutors agreed to dismiss the charges if Fabolous completed a pretrial intervention program and stayed out of trouble for four years.