Pete Rock and Smoke DZA have released visuals for "Black Superhero Car" off of their critically acclaimed collaboration, Don't Smoke Rock, which dropped late last year.

The song and video feature Rick Ross, while Big K.R.I.T. also makes a cameo in the visuals. The video starts off in Harlem, ending at Rick Ross' Atlanta mansion, where the rappers proceed to show off a fleet of shiny cars.

As for the album itself, it was met with enthusiasm from hip-hop fans, and featured everyone from Jadakiss, Styles P, and Royce Da 5’9 to  BJ The Chicago Kid, Dave East, Wale, and Mac Miller.

“It’s a vibe, it’s a painting, it’s a moment. Something that comes around once in a while. I come from old Harlem, before it was a Chase Bank and Starbucks on every corner. Before gentrification,” Smoke DZA told XXL of the album.

Check out the video above.


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