Riding deeper into gloom and doom than that of his first single, the video finds Lil Wayne alone in a fog-infested room, flashes of light surrounding him as he sways back and forth with a microphone stand. "When I was in jail she let me call her collect/ But if she get greedy, I'mma starve her to death," the Young Money MC raps. Quite the aggressive type, the New Orleans native finishes off his first verse by dishing out his location, spitting, "The money don't sleep so Weezy can't rest/ An AK47 is my f---ing address."
The eerie beat picks up on Ross' part, as the Maybach Music Group leader is shown wearing a maroon track suit and resting his haunches on a wheelchair. Never one to shy away from spitting lyrics about his personal property, Ricky Rozay raps, "Big black n----, and an icey watch/ Shoes on the coupe, b---- I got a Nike shop."
Of course scantily clad women are given their fair share of camera time as well before Wayne and Ross close out the dark video standing on a mound of rubber tires in a factory.
Watch Lil Wayne's 'John' Featuring Rick Ross