Mustard returned with another visual from his Perfect Ten album on Thursday (July 11) in "100 Bands." The loaded posse cut features assists from YG, Quavo, and Meek Mill, as the foursome throws a house party with twerking strippers in every room.
Chaos ensues at the onset of the Colin Tilley-directed clip, as each of the artists take turns making it rain at the house, with women dancing everywhere you look on the newly-installed stripper poles. Mustard even brings out a money gun to accelerate the process of shooting dollars. Tthe 10 Summers frontman then rides out on a dirt bike.
Perfect Ten debuted at No. 8 on this week's Billboard 200, which marks his first project to land within the top 10. In an interview with Billboard, Mustard explained that it was his friends who helped him come up with the album's title. "With that, they were like, I should name my album Perfect Ten — because it’s like, you got all the cars, the jewelry, the house, you got your sister a house, you got an artist, you won a Grammy, this is probably the best year of your life," he said. "At first I was iffy, but then, it made sense."
Watch the black-and-white "100 Bands" video below.