In the ’90s-inspired clip, directed by Dave Free and Jack Begert, Q hops out his old school BMW like jack in the box while painting the street with a red roller. Wearing a gold Versace robe, he presides over a palatial mansion with naked women and stacks of cash, and even recreates Bad Boy’s classic “Mo Money Mo Problems” video—complete with red shiny jackets.
In the final scene, Groovy Q faces off with a rival on the roof of a downtown L.A. high-rise before bitch slapping him, sending him straight to hell. A wig-wearing Tyler, the Creator makes a cameo along with TDE’s own Jay Rock.
“Numb Numb Juice” is the lead single off Q’s long-awaited album, the follow-up to 2016’s Blank Face LP.