My favorite New York heads are back with a hype visual for their hit, “Distance.” Beast Coast took to their native streets of Brooklyn to pay homage to the borough that made them—rapping in front of bodegas and brownstones alike.

Primarily in black and white, the video was directed by Levi Turner and only includes a few B-role shots in color. Day switches to night for the last twenty seconds or so when the beat changes and a montage is shown of Zombie Juice letting off some steam while rapping and smoking weed. This part isn’t on the song on the album, but go off!

Back in May, Beast Coast dropped their debut album, Escape From New York for which they are currently on tour. Catch them if you can and peep the video below.