It's been three weeks since DJ Snake offered up a Sheck Wes collab rife with high-profile hip-hop features. The Parisian DJ/producer and certifiable hitmaker has returned with an official music video for "Enzo" in which featured emcees Offset, 21 Savage and Gucci Mane make appearances.

The DACK-directed video (on which production company CR8TIVE ROW is also credited) depicts the aforementioned talent performing in the midst of sports cars and models. The black-and-white montage of dramatic shots perfectly complements the aggressive tone of the track.

Be it bass music like "Turn Down For What" or dance-pop chart toppers like his 2015 Diplo collaboration "Lean On," DJ Snake (real name William Sami Étienne Grigahcine) continues to put out standout singles. He certainly isn't a stranger to hip-hop. Earlier in the year, he collaborated with Tyga, G-Eazy and Rich The Kid on an infectious track titled "Girls Have Fun."

Stream or download "Enzo" by DJ Snake and Sheck Wes featuring Offset, 21 Savage and Gucci Mane across platforms here.

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