In the gritty clip, directed by Wiley, fire pits, men in ski masks swigging liquor and enough icey chains to put a kid through college for a few years are showcased. Frenchie opens the effort with some lyrics that include the opposite sex. "I got that white girl, n---- A-1/ New whip, white bitch, credit A-1/ Speed our 'Lock Out,' take one," he raps.

Southern rhymer Waka, who is currently filming his 'Round of Applause' video with Drake, serves up the next lines. "If you try to stop me, disrespect me/ Then my young boys, they gon' 'cause havoc/ We mobb when we deep," he chimes in on the chorus.

Abandoned buildings, shots of New York City, a Maybach and a smooth shades-wearing Prodigy, who rips off a slick verse, show up in the video, rounding out the effort.

Earlier this month, The BoomBox spoke with Waka Flocka, who shared his sentiments about French Montana's recent signing with Diddy's Bad Boy Records. "I think that's amazing," he stated. "I feel like we made it, 'cause that's my brother. Not like my best friend -- that's my brother. So for him to get signed it's like, we made it. Now it's two of us and not just one. I know Diddy gon' take care of him."

Waka Flocka is crafting his sophomore effort, 'Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family,' set for an early 2012 release.

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