Throughout his career LL Cool J has been famous for putting other rappers on in his video. From 'I Shot Ya' to '4-3-2-1,' LL isn't afraid to share the microphone with his fellow rap peers. In his new video for 'I'm Nice,' he gives Raekwon and battle rapper Murder Mook some shine over Ron Browz's head-nodding productions.

In the grainy black-and-white visual, directed by Benny Boom, LL takes it to the streetball courts where b-ballers have to show and prove their game on the asphalt. As the players show off their hoopings skills, the rap trifecta of Rae, Mook and LL step up to flex their lyrical abilities.

Rae and Mook bring it with their braggadocios rhymes but it's the veteran Queens rapper who reminds viewers why he is the G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time).

"Rambo to your jugular / F---in’ baloney smugglers / Nobody’s f---in’ with me, tell them all come and get me," he spits.

'I'm Nice' is LL Cool J's latest single from his upcoming project 'G.O.A.T. 2,' which is the sequel to his 2000 album of the same name.

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