In the clip, Paul and Migos are surrounded by women wearing lavish, colorful costumes for the celebration. The artists take their many dates around the city and on various yachts and vehicles as the women dance around them.
"This video had to be stylish and sexy," Sean Paul told The Fader, where the video was premiered. "Migos is one of my favorite rap groups, and it was wicked to have them flowing over a dancehall oriented track, so the video had to translate that energy too. Miami Beach was the obvious choice to capture that vibe."
Paul's upcoming LP will be his first since 2014's Full Frequency. He recently had a Top 10 hit with Clean Bandit and Anne-Marie with the single "Rockabye" and hit Number One early last year with his remix of Sia's "Cheap Thrills."