Georgia rapper YC has called on a slew of rhyming cohorts to kick verses in the visuals for his remix to the money-flaunting single, 'Racks.'

The Universal Republic artist is still moving his tattooed hands to the chorus of "racks on racks on racks" in the clip, but this time the likes of Yo Gotti, Trae the Truth, Nelly, B.o.B., Ace Hood, Dose and CyHi the Prynce are throwing out stacks with YC's face on it.

After YC, Nelly steps in front of the camera with lines like, "Got a house on 100 acres, I never see my neighbors/ A chick in ATL and from Buckhead to Decatur." B.o.B.'s up next with, "Call me Bobby Ray but it's not two names/ Flying through the city all black, Bruce Wayne/ Nah, not 'Bombs Over Baghdad' but on the track you can call me Hussein."

Some more Southern spitters chime in with Trae rhyming, "The club under water have 'em goin' out the front/ With a sewer in the back gettin' blown like a blunt/ No need to trip, you can tell 'em I'm cool as hell/ 'Cause it's the case I'm known to pack a tool as well." G.O.O.D. Music star CyHi the Prince, Yo Gotti and Ace Hood round out the rest of the rhymes in the Ian Wolfson-directed video.

Watch YC's 'Racks (Remix) Featuring Nelly, B.o.B., Trae The Truth, Yo Gotti, Cyhi Da Prynce, Dose & Ace Hood

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