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Detroit rapper Kash Doll recently dropped the visuals to her single “Ready Set” Featuring Big Sean.

In the video, the two Detroit rappers take it to the race track in classic cars.

Fellow rapper Dreezy and R&B singer and songwriter Sevyn Streeter make cameos in the Jesse Ray Diamond-directed video.

R&B singer Teyana Taylor acted as the creative director for the video.

“Louis luggage at the bottom of the Lear/Hotter than the summer hits, I got em’ for the year/Kash Doll, I’m poppin’, I ain’t never flowin’ wack/Oh you scared to cop it? What, you scared to blow a stack?” Kash Doll raps on the track.

“Flooded out the venue, aye/I look better than what I’ve been through, yeah/It’s a celebration, aye/Cause we made it out the basement, aye/Stayed hungry, stayed patient, aye,” Big Sean sings on the hook.

On Monday, Streeter took to Twitter to share a video from behind the scenes of “Ready Set,” where she and Dreezy attempted to make Kash Doll drink Dusse.

“Had [to] pull up on my sis @kashdoll & da homie @bigsean #ReadySet video with sis @dreezy,” Sevyn tweeted. “Congrats [to] my friendz, I LUV DA RECORD!”

Check out the video above.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.

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