On the heels of making this year's XXL Freshman class cover, Georgia rapper Kap G released the visuals to "Rings," a cut off his debut album Supa Jefe that dropped in April.

Overall, the song is about winning big and getting a ring clearly symbolizes the ultimate victory. So to bring that message home, Kap used footage that documents his impressive rise and shows himself going on tour, meeting fans and doing interviews.

He also spends much of the JD Films directed-clip in a pricey looking car, probably to show that he's not losing in the money department either.

Just last month, the much-talked-about artist dropped two other videos for Supa Jefe songs, "CEO" in July and the Chris Brown-assisted "I See You" in June. He also teamed up with Scotty ATL for Scotty's "Senorita" video in March.

Plus, the 23-year-old is currently on his Supa Jefe Tour, which picks up again on Aug. 23 in Jacksonville, Fla and will end on Sept. 2 at The Masquerade in Atlanta.

You can watch Kap's new video for "Rings" above.

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