Rick Ross rides a Harley Davidson and flirts with Stacey Dash in a newly-premiered music video for his single "Super High". With the help from his motorcycle gang, the rapper pursues Stacey to leave her man and join him.
"It's basically Ross and his gang riding around doing what they do," said Ne-Yo who makes cameo in the clip. "This is my first time working with F. Gary Gray. So far, so good. He's a movie director, so everything is gonna have that cinematic edge to it. It's gonna look like a mini-movie as opposed to just a music video."
Rick Ross himself told MTV, "The video is actually like a flashback of [the movie] 'Easy Rider' - a bunch of homies hoggin' the highway. We run across a beautiful young lady, which happens to be Stacey Dash, and a dude - he's a d----- bag. I end up snatching her and spending the rest of the evening with her, the way a boss should."
"Super High" will appear in Rick Ross' soon-to-be-released fourth studio album "Teflon Don" which is slated for summer release.
Rick Ross' "Super High" music video