YG didn't receive a 2015 Grammy nomination for his debut LP, 'My Krazy Life,' but that's not stopping him from reminding the critics he's got the "album of the year" in the visuals for the haunting DJ Mustard-produced track '2015 Flow.'

"It's that Silicon Valley flow / I got that Sundance vision, n---- you ain't know / God damn, I got album of the year still / Three packs in, imagine how these wack rappers feel," he raps at the clip's start.

The Compton, Calif. native rocks gold chains, a red fedora, a black button-down showing off his chest and a bunch of money spilling out from his waistband.

The video finds YG rapping and dancing around in a room with a checkered red-and-black wall. The West Coast MC is more animated than in previous videos, which makes watching him vastly entertaining. While one of his boys lounges in a chair beside him, YG even throws wads of money around the room, and keeps a few stacks for himself.

'2015 Flow' will appear on the soundtrack to YG's movie, 'Blame It on the Streets,' out now.

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