50 Cent's been busy adding some new recruits to his G-Unit roster and Long Beach, Calif. rapper Genasis is the latest to call home to the label. The 24-year-old isn't sitting idle after signing the dotted line on a recording contract; he recently dropped the visuals for his track, 'Jackie Chan.'

In the Mike Ho-directed clip, the Atlanta-born rhymer exits a white Range Rover, with entourage in tow, and arrives at an underground fight club. While inside, brawls ensue, bunches are thrown and faces hit the concrete floor while Genasis delivers his southern-tinged rhymes.

"Oh s---, who's that guy/ Space shuttle swag, motherf---er I'm fly," he spits in the dimly lit space.

The son of Belizean-born parents serves up some more lyrics in front of a motorcycle crew, bad women included. "Got stacks, rubberband/ I'm fly, Peter Pan/ I stunt, Jackie Chan," he boasts on the chorus.

Rapper Dorrough Music makes a cameo and delivers a guest verse on the track, rapping, "Players get chose, so h--s choose me/ 'Cause I stunt, Jackie Chan, 'Rush Hour 3.'"

Before the visuals come to a close, injured bodies get dragged out, money is collected and Genasis leaves the secret fight club a richer man and with a lady by his side.