"Idols Become Rivals" is one of many standouts off Rick Ross' latest album, Rather You Than Me.

On the record, Rozay takes aim at Bryan "Birdman" Williams, for his shady business practices and handling of artists under his Cash Money label including Lil' Wayne and former YMCMB signee DJ Khaled.

MMG's biggest boss now returns with the Ryan Snyder-directed visual, where he brings those lyrics to life. From venting inside a church to reveling around the riches of his lavish Atlanta mansion, Rick Ross even calls on "A Milli" producer Bangladesh to make a cameo in the visual.

Bangladesh is one of many producers who have filed lawsuits against Cash Money over unpaid royalties in years past. Ross also includes a burning Cash Money contract in the video.

Rather You Than Me is out now on iTunes.

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