Watch ScHoolboy Q Go From Rapper to Mobster in New 'Groovy Tony' Video

Schoolboy Q
Ramona Rosales

Schoolboy Q photographed by Ramona Rosales at The Loew's New Orleans Hotel on February 15, 2014.

The Top Dawg team is never not working. After delivering Kendrick Lamar's surprise Untitled Unmastered project last month, ScHoolboy Q is up next from the TDE roster, teasing the follow-up to his 2014 Oxymoron debut with the fiery cut "Groovy Tony." 

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After making its debut on Tidal on Monday night (April 4), Q released the dark visual directed by Jack Begert and The Little Homies that finds the West Coast rapper as a mobster (think Scarface's Tony Montana) squeezing triggers, slinging narcotics and going for a joyride with a stash of cash and a pretty lady in the passenger's seat. He even lights his blunt while his sleeve is on fire after his whip crashes. 

Watch the badass video for "Groovy Tony" (produced by Anthony 'Top Dawg' Tiffith, Dave Free, Christian Sutton, Tyler Sobel-Mason and Sam Canter) below. Billboard has reached out to ScHoolboy Q's rep for additional comment. 

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