After going to the cleaners with Adam Levine in “Mic Jack,” Big Boi teams up with Killer Mike, Jeezy, and Rock D the Legend for his latest visual, “Kill Jill.”
Much like the song’s sample and its cover art, the visual is inspired by Asian culture. It features a group of geishas dancing for several Asian men and then the beat drops.
From there, Killer Mike raps in front of a black-and-white American flag, held up by a woman in a ski mask. Then, Jeezy drops the chorus while his elegant suit gets brushed. But the regal elements don’t end there.
Playing the role of a king and knight in shining armor, Big Boi sits on a lavish gold throne, gets his portrait painted while smoking a pipe, and fearlessly hangs out with a beautiful woman and a lion.
Rollin’ in a Bentley, the uncredited Rock D finishes things off with pink shades, black fur, and a beautiful model by his side.
“Mic Jack” and “Kill Jill” are singles off Big Boi’s forthcoming Boomiverse album, which is set to drop June 16 with appearances by Gucci Mane, CeeLo Green, and Pimp C, as well as production by Dr. Luke, Scott Storch, DJ Dahi, and Organized Noize.