The visual finds Hemsworth and Yakki wrenching away in a garage with a Ferris Bueller-inspired arc when they take the car out for a joyride.
"E-40 showed up to the shoot with his own line of alcohol drinking wine from the bottle and casually told stories about 2pac," Hemsworth said of the video shoot experience. "He's an underrated legend."
"This new music is just having an unreal goal and fighting until it's a reality," he added. "I can’t make the same thing over again if I tried, and having sessions with someone like Yakki is the best because every session leads to five totally different songs... [Yakki and E-40] both fall under my top five realest people."
We also checked in with E-40 and Yakki about the collaboration, which you can read below, and can grab "Hunnid" on iTunes.
What motivates you to keep working with new, different artists and producers?
E-40: What motivates me is true talent, it's golden when talent acknowledge talent. I'm not a grumpy ass veteran, I'm a old ass younsta with vintage gas and new school gas! Rap evolves and to still be current you have to evolve with it! Get in front or get left behind. I love working with different artist with different styles and different producers with different sounds, creativity is everything. The new school loves working with me because I'm a legend that stays relevant and woke, I don't sound ancient and outdated. I'm 1 of 1 and I rock with those who rock with me.
Yakki: Just to create different ways, set trends, it’s a pop lord thing. Growth, development, being the first to do it..
Does “Hunnid” feel different to you other songs you’ve worked on lately, if so how come?
E-40: It pokes out like nipples, Ryan did a great job with it! The production on this record is crazy. When I first heard it I said all shit! This some different shit! Yakki did a great job on the hook and his verse was gassy so I had to come gassy!
Yakki: I wouldn’t say it feels different, it’s just one of those ones. Being able to link up with E-40 was hard, the beat was already great, we put two greats on it and it was the greatest thing ever.
Check out some behind-the-scenes photos from photographers Kristina Bakrevski and Dante Johnson below.