Smino has dropped a music video for the Bari- and Jay2-assisted “Z4L,” which stands for “Zero For Life”—a nod to the trio’s crew name, Zero Fatigue Life.
In the clip, the rappers gives a peek of what happens on the road of their ongoing Hoopti tour. They lip-sync the track together in front of one of their sold-out concert venues, and scenes of them partying backstage are intercut with shots of the group playing basketball and doing yoga.
The video for “Z4L”—directed by HaitianEV and Henny—is the latest visual to come from Smino’s sophomore album, Noir. The St Louis rapper previously dropped the music video for another album cut, “LMF,” and delivered a guest verse on August 08’s track “Blood on My Hands.”
Watch the MV for “Z4L” below: