Jaden Smith roams the streets of Tokyo in “Ghost”

The rapper and his crew make it rain with Monopoly money.

Jaden Smith is the definition of too-cool-for-school. The teen rapper and son of Will Smith has just dropped his latest track “Ghost,” and its accompanying visual is dripping with swag.

In the clip, the SYRE star and his gang of Japanese friends are dressed top-to-toe in designer streetwear as they strut down the alleys of Tokyo, flexing stacks of Monopoly money. He’s even joined by Japanese heartthrob and singer Yamashita Tomohisa, who’s currently preparing for his international debut with Jaden as his creative mentor.

“I encourage everyone to go to Japan, specifically Tokyo, to just have fun and adventure around,” the hip hop up-and-comer told The Fader. “It’s the number one place I recommend in the world to go to. It’s amazing.”

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At the end of the clip, the words “Erys will return” appear on a black screen, possibly hinting that the arrival of the rapper’s upcoming sophomore album is closer than we think.

Watch the clip below:

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