The Grammy-winning singer heads out in a blue low-rider and puts on for her hometown of Vallejo and the Bay Area in the clip. The "Focus" singer and her talented team of dancers have no issues ghost riding across California, finding plenty of bikers and graffiti along the way. YG's assist seems to be shot in another location, though, as he doesn't appear with H.E.R. in the visual.
“Proud to represent my roots being from the Bay Area,” she told Complex about the video. “I’ve always wanted to ghost ride the whip and it’s the perfect song to get hyphy! Shout out to the best side and YG!”