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Directed by Sebastian Sdaigui, the visuals sees the collaborators traveling to an underground jazz club somewhere in Southern California.

AceShowbiz - After teasing the visuals for these past few days, 2 Chainz and Ariana Grande has finally released the music video for their latest collaboration "Rule the World". Making its way out on Monday, March 11, the Sebastian Sdaigui-directed video finds the Grammy-winning songstress and the rapper time traveling to an underground jazz club somewhere in Southern California.

There, Ariana takes the stage in her feathery sleeves and sets the dance party in motion. Chainz takes the baton in his dressing room, before joining the "Thank U, Next" hitmaker on the stage in his crisp all-white suit. "Top down on the dawn like I'm used to it/ Prayin' he make it home like I'm used to it," they rhyme. "Prayin' he make it home, I got used to it/ Prayin' he make it home like I'm used to it."

The visuals, which was produced by Brian Bell for Huffman Creative, ends with an autographed picture of the duo being framed on the wall of the club.

"Rule the World" is included on Chainz's fifth studio album "Rap or Go to the League" which was released on March 1. Also featuring Kendrick Lamar, Kodak Black and Travis Scott (II) among others, the album is "celebrating black excellence and focusing on the power of education and entrepreneurship."

"Rap or Go to the League" received rave reviews from music critics in addition to debuting at No. 4 on Billboard 200 as well as at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Rap Albums chart.

While Chainz is busy promoting the album, Ariana is currently hard at work preparing for her upcoming "Sweetener World Tour" in support of both "Sweetener" and "Thank U, Next". The trek will kick off on March 8 in Albany and conclude on October 13 in Zurich, Switzerland. Normani Kordei and Social House will open for her during the North American leg, while Ella Mai is set to join her during the European leg.

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