The stop motion clip, which was directed by KTJB, features Banner and Breezy as bobblehead dolls, rolling around town in a toy convertible and picking up some plastic chicks. The effort even features an appearance by a toy figurine Michael Jackson, performing a dance routine with Brown.
"The goal of Sex, Drugs & Video Games is to show the world Urban music is still valuable," Banner explained of his new album, before thanking comedian Louis C.K. for inspiring the model.
"We are not simply characters in a video game being controlled by the invisible hand," he continued. "Once this donation goal is met, I'm going to shoot a movie that will drop 5-22-2013 and a portion of the donations are also going to charity. Big shout out to Louie C.K. for the motivation."
Sex, Drugs and Violence is set for release May 22.