Benny The Butcher gave his Tana Talk 4 track “Uncle Bun” the visual treatment on Wednesday (April 27), dropping a new video while also taking to Twitter to ask his fans to respect lyrical powerhouses similar to himself.

“Y’all gotta start supporting these n-ggas y’all say so nice,” Benny tweeted out. “Buy tickets to their shows stream their music buy the merch…all I see is a bunch of tweets that shit u can’t deposit in Chase.”

He continued, “I ain’t talkin bout me…u can look at me and clearly tell I’m being supported HEAVILY…thanks to all yall.”

The video finds the Griselda lyricist in Miami alongside his fellow upstate rapper 38 Spesh as the two trade drug-fueled bars underneath some palm trees.

“Uncle Bun” comes after Benny The Butcher dropped his “Bust a Brick Nick” music video last week, which found him cruising through the cactus-filled Southwest. The two new visuals come after Benny gave a visual makeover to his J. Cole-assisted “Johnny P’s Caddy,” which snagged Benny his first Billboard Hot 100 hit when it debuted at No. 72 on the chart.

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Tana Talk 4 dropped on March 10 and featured appearances from his fellow Griselda constituents Westside Gunn, Conway The Machine, and Boldy James as well as Stove God Cook$. Diddy also popped up on the Biggie-inspired track “10 More Commandments.” The Alchemist, Daringer and Beat Butcha handled production.

The project debuted at No. 22 on the Billboard 200 and sold nearly 20,000 copies its first week, which marked Benny The Butcher’s highest chart position of his career. The album also hit the top 10 of Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart and peaked at No. 12 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart.

Check out the new video for “Uncle Bun” below.