Busta Rhymes and Kodak Black link up in their new music video, “Homage”.

Directed by Benny Boom, the short-film centers Busta giving Kodak advices on life from his lavishing mansion. The clip also draws inspiration and depicts the helicopter scene from the classic 1983 film, Scarface.

“Busta ’round, give me my flowers every time we encounter, yeah / I don’t owe a bitch shit, went from a YG to a OG, I gotta pay homage,” raps Kodak Black, before Bus follows suit.

“When I see the young G, Kodak, I love the way you be contributing the shit that you be doin’ / I done seen you go to jail, come home, get shot, calm down and now I like the way you’re moving.”

The Wheezy-produced track is off Busta Rhymes’ Blockbusta album, executive produced by Pharrell Williams, Timbaland, and Swizz Beatz. It also features Young Thug, Coi Leray, DaBaby, BIA, Quavo, Burna Boy, Chris Brown, and more.

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