Future's ode to the lucrative business of pushing dope finally receives a visual. There's a police chase, models randomly posing, ScHoolboy Q and Tyler the Creator hanging out just because and, ironically, no actual drugs being pushed in the music video for 'Move That Dope.'

The Benny Boom-directed effort finds Future, Pusha T and Pharrell doing things they'd probably be doing regardless if they were in a music video or not. Future using that large and outdated cellphone though? Definitely not.

Pharrell doesn't do much beside stand in front of models spray painting "I AM OTHER," yet he somehow steals the show. Actually, it may just be because of the hat, which seems to grow in size and power with every appearance.

The super producer recently released his sophomore album 'G I R L,' but both Pusha T and Future are working on their sophomore efforts. Neither 'Honest' -- the album on which 'Move That Dope' will sit -- nor 'King Push' have a release date yet.