Queens-born Korean-American rapper Flowsik broke into the industry in 2011 as a member of popular Hip Hop/R&B trio Aziatix. The group quickly rose through the ranks in the Asian Hip Hop world.

In 2013, Flowsik signed with Cash Money Records, marking the largest record deal to date between a U.S. Record label and an Asian music act. However, America wasn’t quite ready for the K-Pop takeover. Now, the time has seemingly arrived and Flowsik is back with a new video for “Bbung.”

The simple visual finds Flowsik delivering his bars while backed by his own private dancer. The release follows two collaborations with Korean rapper/singer-songwriter Jessi, “All I Need” and “Wet.”

Watch the “Bbung” video above.