Bas & J. Cole Travel Through Miami's Lil Haiti for New 'Tribe' Video: Watch

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Bas and J. Cole, "Tribe"

Before Bas drops off his highly anticipated Milky Way album, the Queens native unleashes one final single prior to Friday's release. The 31-year-old connected with Dreamville head honcho J. Cole for "Tribe," and the labelmates headed down to Miami's Lil Haiti to shoot a vibrant visual.

Bas and Cole take some time out to chop it up with the locals and soak in the abundance of Haitian culture surrounding them during their trip to the Sunshine State. The "Boca Raton" rapper kicks off the J. Cole and Childish Major-produced tune by thanking God for bringing a certain woman into his life. "I got me a girl, she don't want no diamonds/ A daily reminder to holler at God/ Like where did you find her? Good looking," he raps.

The "Crooked Smile" spitter takes the baton from Bas, floating over the second verse while donning a Paris Saint-Germain F.C. yellow soccer jersey throughout the Andrew Nisinson-helmed clip. Between the success of KOD and his coinciding tour, Jermaine expects to find himself topping Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Kings list for 2018.

"God shuffled the cards, dealt me a hand with impossible odds/ Put an obstacle course up/ Look, and I conquered them all (conquered them all)/ With minimal effort I'm fresher than sock in your drawer/ They spinning my records so heavy, I'm topping the Forbes," Cole rhymes.

"Tribe" arrives on the heels of the tropical "Boca Raton" visual from earlier this month (Aug. 9) featuring A$AP Ferg. Milky Way arrives Friday. Watch the "Tribe" video below.

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