The hip-hop power couple gave their single "Clout" its music video treatment Wednesday (April 17) — and it's nothing but fire. The visualization, exploding with black-and-yellow visuals, sees Offset and Cardi talking their best game while daring haters to come catch all the smoke.
"N****s talk crazy on tweets (Who)/ They don't want it 'cause I come to defeat (They don't wanna)/ I peep, these n****s all sweet (Weak)," Offset sounds off in the pre-chorus, before tagging his wife in for the second verse, who blasts detractors for "using my name for clickbait" and "fake beef" to make a profit.
Watch the video for "Clout" below.
Southside and Cubeatz produced the record for the Migos member's debut studio album, Father of 4, which hit eardrums on February 22. Offset initially intended the LP to drop on his birthday, December 14; though, due to marital issues with his wife, who had declared her decision to divorce him for being unfaithful, the project was pushed back.
The pair have since reconciled and, as you can see, look more united than ever. In fact, the rappers couldn't keep their hands off each other during their Coachella performance over the weekend.
The collab marks the twosome's fifth after "Drip," Lick," "Motorsport" and Lil Yachty's "Who Want the Smoke?"