D Smoke has shared his latest music video, and he brought the brass with him. 

The Sergio-directed visual for the Westside Boogie-featuring cut “Crossover,” off Smoke’s sophomore LP War & Wonders, depicts Smoke making his way around Inglewood backed by a band. He pops into a basketball game gone sour, hits a house party with Boogie, and walks down the middle of the street spitting with his entourage. 

“Everything crosses over,” the Grammy-nominated California MC said of the visual via a press release. “Day turns to night, seasons change, and tough guys turn coward in the right circumstances. The video shows how what started as a friendly game can go sour with just one crossover. But like we always do, we keep moving and party when it’s all said and done. Wood Stuff.”

D Smoke’s latest album, released via WoodWorks Records/Empire back in September, shows his range with features from John Legend, Fireboy DML, BJ the Chicago Kid, Tobe Nwigwe, Marsha Ambrosius, and more.

Check out the video from Smoke—who just wrapped his first North American headlining tour—up top, and if you missed it, stream the War & Wonders album below.