Rick Ross Pays Homage to the Sunshine State in 'Florida Boy' Video With Kodak Black & T-Pain

Just 11 days after dropping "Florida Boy," the first single from his forthcoming 10th studio album, Port Miami 2: Born to Kill, Rick Ross returns with a video for his ode to the Sunshine State. The Sam Sneak-produced track features fellow Floridians Kodak Black (prior to his arrest) and T-Pain, along with a plethora cameos from FLA hip-hop mainstays.

The Maybach Music Group CEO begins the lavish video cruising on the highway along the Miami port on a serene day in a pink convertible. Rozay begins his verse shouting out the song's title followed by, "Where we play football and sell dope." Tallahassee's own is riding shotgun with a couple beautiful women joining the veteran rapper in the backseat.

The 42-year-old makes it a point to represent the bubbling generational talent coming out Dade County. Hip-hop mogul DJ Khaled joins Rozay on set for a short appearance, in addition to vignettes from Flo Rida, DJ Sam Sneak, Billy Blue and emerging artists like Kiddo Marv and more. 

Check out the Ryan Snyder-directed "Florida Boy" video below: